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Labour politicians should know better than to buy into Johnson’s ‘Boris’ shtick | Simon Hattenstone 12 Aug 2019, 9:35am Labour politicians should know better than to buy into Johnson’s ‘Boris’ shtick | Simon Hattenstone
Diane Abbott ought to loathe everything the prime minister stands for. Referring to him as ‘Boris’ suggests otherwiseIs Labour really prepared for government? I ask not because the party seems more concerned about grouse hunting and the
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Children’s prisons inflict unspeakable damage on inmates. Close them now | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone 23 Apr 2019, 6:28am Children’s prisons inflict unspeakable damage on inmates. Close them now | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone
There is no nurturing or rehabilitation in these institutions – just a shameful litany of death and abuseThe 15th anniversary of
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Brexit’s coming home – now Lineker, Waddle and Shilton have got involved | Simon Hattenstone 17 Dec 2018, 5:00am Brexit’s coming home – now Lineker, Waddle and Shilton have got involved | Simon Hattenstone
The stars of England’s 1990 World Cup team are playing a game of remain v leave, with Jacob Rees-Mogg as referee It was inevitable that Brexit would divide the country. But who would have thought it would also do for that supreme symbol of English pride, togetherness, bulldog spirit, hope and almost-glory –
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The UAE is trampling human rights. Man City must finally speak out | Simon Hattenstone 23 Nov 2018, 4:40am The UAE is trampling human rights. Man City must finally speak out | Simon Hattenstone
The jailing of British academic Matthew Hedges is an abuse the club can’t ignore. It’s time to pressure Sheikh Mansour
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Last Christmas we lost George Michael. Now he’s an unlikely beacon of hope | Simon Hattenstone 22 Dec 2017, 7:23am Last Christmas we lost George Michael. Now he’s an unlikely beacon of hope | Simon Hattenstone
After the singer’s death, the world waited for the sordid tabloid exposés. Instead we got stories about his extraordinary generosityThere was always a poignancy to the song
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Now we know the shocking facts of deaths in custody, will Theresa May act? | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone 2 Nov 2017, 7:14am Now we know the shocking facts of deaths in custody, will Theresa May act? | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone
A report commissioned by the prime minister herself highlights the breadth of the problems and makes sound recommendations. She should follow them
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Before Aydin Önaç reached St Olave’s, we fought him over our autistic daughter’s care | Diane Taylor and Simon Hattenstone 5 Sep 2017, 10:21am Before Aydin Önaç reached St Olave’s, we fought him over our autistic daughter’s care | Diane Taylor and Simon Hattenstone
The headteacher criticised for his policy towards ‘underperforming’ sixth formers once led a comprehensive that reduced support for pupils with special needsAydin Önaç, headteacher of south London grammar St Olave’s, loves to boast about his polymath credentials. He would frequently tell prospective parents that he was not only a headteacher, he was also an in-demand concert pianist who had scaled any number of heights (he often talked about climbing Kilimanjaro). He also told parents and students who might struggle to pronounce his name correctly: “My name is pronounced Önaç … as in ‘A natural talent’.” Now it emerges that he
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Music makes me cry my eyes out – here’s a guide to the tracks of my tears | Simon Hattenstone 13 Apr 2017, 6:02am Music makes me cry my eyes out – here’s a guide to the tracks of my tears | Simon Hattenstone
Songs that induce weeping do you good, a study suggests. As a man who knows all there is to know about the crying game, I could have told you thatResearchers have just discovered that crying to sad music is mood enhancing. Now, I’m no Bert Einstein, but I could have told them that a lifetime ago. There is a simple reason that we call it a good weep – because it’s good for us. (OK, I just made that up, but it could – or should – be true.) The
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With its history, G4S should not be trusted to care for vulnerable children | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone 20 Feb 2017, 7:28am With its history, G4S should not be trusted to care for vulnerable children | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone
The government is placing the responsibility of care for families waiting to be deported into the hands of a company that has shown itself to be incapableEarlier this month, the Home Office announced that security giant G4S is to take over from Barnado’s in
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It’s not all bad news – we’ve got Venus, Serena, Federer and Nadal | Simon Hattenstone 28 Jan 2017, 2:30am It’s not all bad news – we’ve got Venus, Serena, Federer and Nadal | Simon Hattenstone
The Australian Open finals will be contested by four beloved giants of tennis. In the era of Trump and Brexit, their stories remind us that good things still happenWe’ve waited a long time for something good to happen. Something to put a smile on our faces. And finally we’ve got it. Admittedly, in the greater scheme of Brexit, Mexican walls and alternative Trumpian truths, it might not amount to a hill of beans. But there’s no getting away from it. This is nice (a much-scorned and underrated word).
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G4S should be a failed company by now. But the government won’t allow it | Simon Hattenstone and Eric Allison 23 Dec 2016, 5:31am G4S should be a failed company by now. But the government won’t allow it | Simon Hattenstone and Eric Allison
Despite a litany of failures, most recently losing control of HMP Birmingham, G4S continues to be bailed out by the state and awarded new contractsWhen is a private sector company not a private sector company? When it is repeatedly bailed out by government as soon as it finds itself in a fix. And G4S is not any old private sector company. It is,
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Our prison restraint techniques can kill children. Why aren’t we using alternatives? | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone 6 Dec 2016, 10:17am Our prison restraint techniques can kill children. Why aren’t we using alternatives? | Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone
Children’s prisons use the MMPR regime which is not humane, not safe and not the only option. Our government is responsible for appalling abusesThe Guardian revealed on Tuesday that the Ministry of Justice
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