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Guardian Opinion
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The prime minister’s much anticipated speech on Brexit combined tough political realism with a wing and a prayer about reaching agreements on trade and single market access

Theresa May’s Brexit speech today was a doubly depressing event. It was a reality check for those who hope the UK can stay in…

The Guardian view on Theresa May and Brexit: a reality check tinged with fantasy | Editorial

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Trump and Farage have harnessed public rage at gross inequality. Beating them means closing the wealth gap

A good measure of the topsy-turviness of our political economy could be found at Davostoday. As the billionaires gathered for the World Economic Forum, the toast of the Alps was Xi Jinping.…

The Guardian view on Davos: beat extremists by tackling extreme economics | Editorial

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Guardian Opinion
yesterday at 19:31. Facebook
If Britain doesn’t get access to the single market after Brexit, its economic model will favour investors and undermine employment conditions

Ignore all the guff in Theresa May’s Brexit speech about wanting to be friends with the European Union. Focus instead on the explicit and subliminal…

May’s promise on workers’ rights is hollow if she doesn’t get a deal | Ann Pettifor

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yesterday at 19:31. Facebook
The prime minister’s speech reminded us that the UK is used to looking down on lesser powers. That perspective is unlikely to survive in the new world order

Maybe the European Union is God’s way of teaching the British about Belgium. Specifically, it is a mechanism that forces UK politicians to…

May can think big all she likes. Britain’s about to find out just how small it is | Rafael Behr

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Guardian Opinion
yesterday at 16:21. Facebook
More than 60% of women feel anxious when out running on their own, according to a new survey. Readers share their experiences

What do you do if you experience unwanted attention while out running on your own? Many women try to ignore it, while others confront their catcallers.

A survey of 2,000…

'It's not just banter, it puts you on edge': readers on harassment while running

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yesterday at 14:52. Facebook
A new report confirms our worst fears about lack of midwives and lack of continuity. The situation is frustrating and dangerous – and it’s getting worse

It’s the most important, meaningful and – for many – anxiety-provoking day of your life. You’re going to experience the rare privilege of being…

The sad truth about having a baby: ‘cattle’ care is now the norm | Milli Hill

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Guardian Opinion
yesterday at 14:03. Facebook
Unlike my father, I am free to watch over my child. My wife and I may have to watch the pennies, but no amount of money could buy this feeling

In between fetching cold flannels, letting my wife crush my hand and avoiding reminding her to breathe, I wondered if our daughter would finally arrive in…

As a new father, the best thing I did was take a cut in work – and pay | Lytton Smith

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yesterday at 13:38. Facebook
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Our panel’s verdict on Theresa May’s Brexit speech | The panel

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Guardian Opinion
yesterday at 13:06. Facebook
One year on, brave leadership and hard work have paid off. Iran is adhering to its obligations, to the huge benefit of the region and beyond. The critics are wrong

One year ago this week, the European Union, China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK, the US and Iran began to implement the joint…

The Iran nuclear deal is a success – and the whole world is safer for it | Federica Mogherini

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yesterday at 12:00. Facebook
For the prime minister of a car-crash nation to feature on the pages of American Vogue is not as out of touch as it might seem

The obvious thing to say about Theresa May’s decision to allow herself to be seduced by the glamour of a Vogue fashion shoot is that it looks irreducibly terrible.…

Theresa May’s Vogue shoot is a smart fashion statement | Anne Perkins

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yesterday at 11:19. Facebook
For the transatlantic alliance to survive the Trump presidency, it will need a head who is far more dynamic and free-thinking than the former prime minister

A few weeks ago, when much of the western world was preoccupied with other things, an idea reached the fringe of the news – and vanished. A…

David Cameron is not the man to lead Nato – just look at his record | Mary Dejevsky

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yesterday at 11:19. Facebook
The president elect praises Brexit, cosies up to Putin and promises to take an axe to Nato and established trading systems. Prepare for a remake of the 1930s

Who still wants to bemoan the demise of the “special relationship”? Enter Donald Trump, Britain’s latest best friend. “I think Brexit is…

Trump has bared his fangs to Merkel. He will do untold damage to Europe | Josef Joffe

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yesterday at 08:34. Facebook
Momentum’s new constitution disempowers the activists it needs for the inspiration, ideas and hard graft that could change the political landscape

I don’t even like cupcakes that much – and I despise the practice, which is sadly becoming more widespread, of playing out the left’s internal…

Alienating Labour’s grassroots will keep Corbyn out of power | Michael Chessum

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yesterday at 08:34. Facebook
Despite entrenched Republican opposition he governed with dignity and competence. History will judge him a success

From an Illinois state senator to a failed campaign for the House of Representatives, to a successful campaign to become a senator, to running and being elected the first…

Yes, he did: Barack Obama lifted the racial limits for all Americans | Jess Jackson

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yesterday at 08:34. Facebook
Major alerts, cancer operations cancelled, patients dying, yet Theresa May still won’t listen. But maybe there’s a tipping point that could force a response

From every previous NHS crisis, the tipping point should have come last week. Prime ministers crumple when people die – as they have in the…

NHS crisis: the one act of self-sacrifice that could rescue our health service | Polly Toynbee

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Guardian Opinion
01/16/2017 at 22:29. Facebook
US president-elect promises swift post-Brexit trade deal with UK in his first interview with the European media
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Steve Bell on Donald Trump’s interview with Michael Gove – cartoon

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Guardian Opinion
01/16/2017 at 20:33. Facebook
The prime minister is wrong if she thinks a poorer Britain is the price people want to pay for limiting free movement

Theresa May, who makes a major speech tomorrow, has reached a moment of truth on Brexit. No one can blame her for the result of the referendum – she was a remainer – but from now…

Theresa May’s Brexit focus should be on the least harmful way of leaving | Peter Mandelson

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01/16/2017 at 18:43. Facebook
Less money, fewer teachers, little transparency and almost no accountability. A child’s education is too important for this

The last few weeks have been all about the NHS crisis, but new figures published today reveal the stark cash situation facing schools in England. Forty nine out of 50…

The Guardian view on schools: the cuts are hurting | Editorial

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