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02/21/2017 at 13:03. Facebook
The poster boy of the alt-right has lost his book deal after speaking in defence of suggested sexual relationships between older men and younger boys, but his lucrative bigotry was left unchecked for far too long

They were fine with his bigotry, his in-your-face, two-fingers-up transphobia,…

Milo Yiannopoulos’s enablers deserve contempt – and must be confronted | Owen Jones

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02/21/2017 at 13:01. Facebook
Do you know anyone who has had a similar experience to the British Muslim math teacher denied access to the US

British Muslim teacher denied entry to US on school trip

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02/21/2017 at 12:51. Facebook
A British Muslim teacher has been denied entry to the US even though Trump’s travel ban has been suspended. Tell us your recent experiences of flying to the US

Have you had problems entering the US since the travel ban?

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02/21/2017 at 12:36. Facebook
A British Muslim teacher has been denied entry to the US even though Trump’s travel ban has been suspended. Tell us your recent experiences of flying to the US

A British Muslim teacher has been denied entry to the United States, despite a suspension of Donald Trump’s travel ban.

Juhel Miah, 25,…

Have you had problems entering the US since the travel ban?

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02/21/2017 at 10:47. Facebook
Although we lost our legal challenge today and despite the government’s efforts, the Court of Appeal ruling shows that ending this discrimination is closer than ever

“My overall conclusion: the appellants are right.” These were the words of Lady Justice Arden in the Court of Appeal today – and yet…

We will keep fighting until civil partnerships for mixed-sex couples are recognised | Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan

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02/21/2017 at 08:32. Facebook
American reporters are asking the kind of tough questions our children will be astonished we didn’t

Shepard Smith, an American television news anchor commenting after last week’s extraordinary anti-media tirade by Donald Trump, turned to the camera to address the president directly. Trump could…

The British media are failing Brexit’s test | Sarah Helm

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02/21/2017 at 08:32. Facebook
With its leader’s untruths over Hillsborough now exposed, the party’s claim to champion the common man is falling apart

Double standards in the media and in parliamentary rhetoric, as they relate to political parties, are so flagrant as to be barely worth mentioning. Some parties are simply…

In Paul Nuttall, Ukip’s hypocrisy is finally being revealed | Zoe Williams

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02/21/2017 at 08:32. Facebook
To find the truth of Islam is to seek the specificities of time, place, culture and politics. There are no truths to be found in broad generalisations

When it comes to Muslim women, everyone’s a feminist, even if that aspiration for Muslim women’s equality comes at the expense of, well … a Muslim…

Yassmin Abdel-Magied said nothing wrong. She should not have to face this venom | Joumanah El Matrah

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yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
It’s up to progressives to fight back against this idiocy-promoting rhetoric and save the Earth

It hits you in the face and clings to you. It makes tall buildings whine as their air conditioning plants struggle to cope. It makes the streets deserted and the ice-cold salons of corner pubs get…

Climate scepticism is a far-right badge of honour – even in sweltering Australia

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yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
It’s disheartening that even someone as resilient as Diane Abbott was hounded into defining herself in terms of race and gender

Diane Abbott wrote a powerful article in these pages last week about the hatred she receives. Whatever one thinks of her politics, the veteran Labour MP has for decades…

You can escape the identity trap – but that freedom comes at a cost | Nesrine Malik

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yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
The Sehwan bombing is a result of the Saudi-funded fundamentalism that has taken a grip in the country

Last week, only three days after a suicide bomb went off in Lahore, an Islamic State supporter struck a crowd of Sufi dancers celebrating in the great Pakistani shrine of Sehwan Sharif. The…

Islamic State has gained a foothold in Pakistan – and the government allowed it | William Dalrymple

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yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
Hunting and mountaineering organisations say that plans to increase forest cover in Scotland will ruin the countryside. I disagree

A couple of summers ago, I strolled through Glen Feshie, wondering why this beautiful corner of the Cairngorms didn’t feel British. Ah, that’s it: little Scots pines…

Can we have too many trees? | Patrick Barkham

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yesterday at 19:38. Facebook
Warren Buffett and 3G were apparently surprised at hostility from Unilever’s board – but PM must use this bid as cue to form proper policy on takeovers

Warren Buffett and his Brazilian private equity chums at 3G, the main players at Kraft Heinz, must process their cheese and beans on another…

Theresa May must take the £115m hint from Kraft Heinz's failed Unilever bid

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yesterday at 19:29. Facebook
Like the rest of western Europe, Sweden is dealing with economic and demographic issues. But whatever misguided US conservatives think, the Nordic nation is not a battlefront in a clash of civilisations

For most of the last 30 years, Sweden has been one of the most welcoming countries in the world…

The Guardian view on Trump’s Sweden: another country | Editorial

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yesterday at 19:15. Facebook
The illness and death of Steve Hewlett is an example of humour and decency

Towards the end of the last century it was fashionable and even for a while plausible to describe death as the last taboo – the one subject we could no longer mention. Since then there has been an astonishing outpouring of…

The Guardian view on dying in public: a daily heroism | Editorial

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yesterday at 16:47. Facebook
After Trump was invited to meet the Queen, 1.85m Britons signed a petition against the idea. As parliament debates the issue, two MPs go head-to-head Continue reading...

Should Donald Trump be affrorded a state visit to Britain? | Tulip Siddiq and Glyn Davies

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yesterday at 16:17. Facebook
If Bootle Street police station, the Reform synagogue and a Peterloo-era pub are replaced with Giggs and Neville’s towers investors will benefit – not Mancunians

Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville’s St Michael’s skyscrapers are two of many such towers currently proposed for Manchester’s city centre. The…

Don’t trash Manchester’s history to make way for skyscrapers | Hayley Flynn

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yesterday at 15:27. Facebook
Progressives used to think everything in Sweden was perfect; now rightwingers believe it’s a crucible of Muslim violence – despite all evidence to the contrary

Donald Trump’s outburst about “that thing that happened in Sweden last night” – which turned out to be a Fox News report he had seen on…

Sweden is often misunderstood. But Trump’s views subvert the truth | Andrew Brown

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yesterday at 14:57. Facebook
Don’t be frightened of joining tonight’s Stop Trump march without friends. Take it from me, the sense of unity and camaraderie will be empowering

If we’ve gained anything positive from Donald Trump it’s that he’s reaffirmed so many of our beliefs: that we should live in a tolerant and…

You won’t feel alone if you go to a protest on your own | Carmen Fishwick

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