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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 19:31. Facebook
From Brexit to the US election, Aleppo to post-truth, 2016 has seen the Kremlin chief’s dreams realised

Donald Trump should not have been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year. That’s not to make the schoolboy error of presuming the award to be a badge of moral approval: I know it merely…

Person of the year shouldn’t be Trump – it’s clearly Putin | Jonathan Freedland

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 18:51. Facebook
Most people are back at home after last year’s disaster, but it will happen in Britain again

Water is as much a part of the landscape of Britain as England’s cathedral spires, or the mountains of Scotland and the valleys of Wales. The nation’s cities were built on rivers and its fortunes on the…

The Guardian view on flooding: more focus needed | Editorial

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 17:28. Facebook
New figures reveal an alarming rise in self-harm among the young. It’s little wonder in a highly pressured world that places such value on competition

A healthy society, surely, is one that helps its children to feel safe and secure. If this were a banal proposition, it wouldn’t even have to be…

Generation snowflake is not failing us: we’re failing them | Deborah Orr

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 17:02. Facebook
In the not too distant future, technology giants will decide what news sources we are allowed to consult, and alternative voices will be silenced

In my exploration of “fake news”, I’ve found some troubling things. And it’s not just the rightwing news network that’s worrying. I’ve recently gone…

Stop worrying about fake news. What comes next will be much worse | Jonathan Albright

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 16:52. Facebook
Leave supporters in this Lincolnshire contest gave the Tories the benefit of the doubt, but Labour failed to instil confidence on both sides of the Brexit divide

Ordinarily there would be nothing unusual about a Conservative candidate holding a safe Conservative seat. But at a time of electoral…

The Guardian view on the Sleaford byelection: May’s day, Corbyn’s calamity | Editorial

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 16:46. Facebook
The prime minister and foreign secretary have put cabaret on the world stage. But theirs may be a short run

One of the tragedies of Theresa May’s government is that they are all so humourless, the only joke they can think of is Boris Johnson. They are helped by being opposed by Jeremy Corbyn’s…

Enjoy it while you can: the May-Johnson double act may not last long | Marina Hyde

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 15:34. Facebook
Many are saying that Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency pick is disastrous. If Pruitt is confirmed, he must accept his mandate

The Environmental Protection Agency has been perhaps the most visible and influential organization of its kind in the world since Richard Nixon created it in…

The EPA's mission is more crucial than ever. Scott Pruitt must respect it | Daniel J Fiorino

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 15:34. Facebook
If the constitutional court rejects her impeachment despite the national assembly vote, fury will erupt in the hitherto peaceful streets of Seoul

Today South Korea’s national assembly voted overwhelmingly to impeach President Park Geun-hye. The unexpectedly decisive margin – 234 votes to 56 –…

For the sake of South Korea, President Park Geun-hye must go now | Aidan Foster-Carter

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 14:25. Facebook
The filthy practice of exporting highly polluting fuel to Africa is symbolic of big business the world over: where profit is king, human life becomes trivial

Dense, dirty air laced with grease best describes the atmosphere of most Lagos streets. Drive from one corner of this great west African…

Africa is being choked. But corporations leave their grime on us all | Lola Okolosie

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 13:19. Facebook
While the north gets crumbs, the south-east gets whole loaves. People in the north can see that the system just isn’t working for them

They won’t admit it, but there is a pervasive idea among some Londoners, particularly the adopted ones, that the cleverest people from the north of England all end…

Don’t sneer at northerners for voting for Brexit – there are sound reasons | Helen Pidd

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 12:48. Facebook
By describing traumas they have suffered, brave female MPs are challenging the apathy of mainstream politics and proving that the personal is political

Michelle Thomson’s measured, moving account of being raped when she 14, given at a House of Commons debate yesterday, was testament not only to…

How do you change a macho parliament? Talk about the reality of rape | Emer O’Toole

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 12:19. Facebook
First came Richmond. Now this dismal byelection result shows the party is all sea on Brexit-tossed political waters, left behind by a tide of change

“Clearly for us, this was not the result we might have hoped for,” says a senior Labour MP of the party’s grim showing in the Sleaford and North…

Sleaford proves Labour isn’t connecting with the 52% – or the 48% | John Harris

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 11:25. Facebook
Politicians and philosophers, proceed with extreme caution. The political words we all learned in childhood – left, right, liberal, conservative – are turning to dust

Poor David Cameron was defeated, he says, by “populism”. It was not by people who disagreed with him or by his political enemies or…

Cameron can’t be a victim of populism – the term no longer means anything | Simon Jenkins

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 10:17. Facebook
At first I cursed the makers of the hit commercial for making me cry. Then I realised that the story reveals so much about the lives of migrants

Come December, festive lights, music and adverts make us all suitably emotional about Christmas before the actual day, when the reality often involves…

It’s not just a Christmas ad – it’s a Polish grandpa’s heartbreaking gift to Britain | Jakub Krupa

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 09:07. Facebook
The Undivided campaign draws its members from both sides of the referendum debate. We are resolved to get the best Brexit for people under 30

As the supreme court deliberates over who has the right to trigger article 50 and begin the process of leaving the EU, the political class is in disarray as…

Brexit will affect the young more than anyone. Heed our voices | Joe Porter

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 09:07. Facebook
Being knocked off a straightforward career path forced me find my own way through the woods and taught me that the world doesn’t owe me a living

When my boss, and her boss, beckoned me to follow them to the meeting room downstairs, I picked up a notepad and pen and braced myself for a boring chat…

A moment that changed me: being sacked from my first job | Daisy Buchanan

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 07:07. Facebook
It’s easy to buy expensive things we don’t need. This year my family is trying something different

Do you remember Peak Stuff? We reached it back in January, if that helps jog the memory. Or at least that was when Ikea’s chief sustainability officer Steve Howard declared that so many people now…

I’ve scaled the summit of peak stuff. This Christmas I’m climbing down | Gaby Hinsliff

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 06:04. Facebook
As the writer Zadie Smith makes clear, the electoral bodyblows of 2016 could prove to be moments of inspiration

Receiving a literary prize in Berlin two days after Donald Trump’s election, Zadie Smith reflected ruefully that it is hard to find happiness in the face of immense political setbacks.…

In these days of despair for the left, there are still reasons for hope | Martin Kettle

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Guardian Opinion
12/09/2016 at 05:49. Facebook
Let us all take a moment to think of those less fortunate, and raise a glass to our blessings as the seasonal shudder of disdain passes through you

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