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Edward Snowden in exile: ‘you have to be ready to stand for something’
Edward Snowden has spent the last six years living in exile in Russia and has now decided to publish his memoirs, Permanent Record. 13 Sep 2019, 15:48
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Uncle Wong, 82: protecting Hong Kong protesters with his walking stick
Uncle Wong is part of Protect the Children, a community group whose members put their bodies between the police and young Hongkongers protesting against the government. 13 Sep 2019, 10:55
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We're quitting smoking, so why is big tobacco booming?
Smoking rates are falling in the UK, US and much of Europe. Forty-five per cent of Brits smoked in the 60s and 70s, compared with just 15% today. 12 Sep 2019, 10:00
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Our real Brexit crisis: ’No one cares anymore' | Anywhere but Westminster
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Being a YouTuber is now the most popular aspiration for children today, according to a recent survey. In 2018, the site’s highest earner was a seven-year-old American toy reviewer. 5 Sep 2019, 10:15
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"If all men got pregnant, it'd be taken more seriously" - behind the scenes of Seahorse
New documentary Seahorse tells the story of Freddy McConnell, whose desire to start his own family was filmed from start to finish, including birth. 3 Sep 2019, 9:05
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Plastic pollution: 'We've lost the battle on the beaches'
After four years of leading volunteer beach cleans in the west of Wales, Alan Cookson is quitting because of the insurmountable plastic problem around Britain’s coastlines. 29 Aug 2019, 11:01
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Police killings: the families left behind
Tamir Rice, Terence Crutcher and Ramarley Graham were all killed by police officers. 23 Aug 2019, 12:51
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Should we abolish private schools?
A disproportionate number of people who occupy the top jobs across the UK – from the prime minister and leading politicians to judges and entertainers – were privately educated. 22 Aug 2019, 10:01
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Notting Hill carnival: a love letter to London's biggest parade
Notting Hill carnival is the biggest street party in Europe and happens every summer in west London. 20 Aug 2019, 8:08
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Does the Peterloo massacre still resonate in Britain today?
Two hundred years ago, a crowd of people seeking political change became victims of a massacre. Would the Peterloo marchers be satisfied with today's Britain? Are their issues now our issues? 16 Aug 2019, 7:47
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Kibera: are Kenya's police getting away with murder?
Promising student Carliton Maina was shot by the police in Nairobi. His mother believes he was murdered. 6 Aug 2019, 7:13
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London stabbings: why I made a DIY knife amnesty bin
Shocked by a series of stabbings in his area of east London, Courtney Barrett has set up a DIY knife amnesty bin in an effort to get knives off the streets. 2 Aug 2019, 11:25
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How America's abortion obsession was sparked on a conference call
White Evangelical Christians are on the front-lines of America's 'pro-life' movement. But not so long ago this group was disinterested in abortion and largely apolitical. 1 Aug 2019, 10:02
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'You don't have to look black to be black': The complex racial identity of a tiny Ohio town
In the remote Ohio town of East Jackson, which sits in the Appalachian foothills, residents have for decades identified as black – despite the fact they appear white. 25 Jul 2019, 13:53
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Share - An Instagram star at a crossroads
Tim is an 18-year-old Asian-American with more than 4m followers on Instagram. He lives online, grabbing his phone first thing in the morning and even taking baths with it sometimes. 19 Jul 2019, 11:03
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Richard Ratcliffe's determined fight to free wife Nazanin from an Iranian jail
In 2016, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in Iran and charged with espionage. Her young daughter Gabriella was with her at the time and the family have been separated ever since. 18 Jul 2019, 15:02
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Boris Johnson's biggest design fails as London mayor
From sweatbox buses to a novelty 'dangleway' and fantasy bridges that never saw a brick laid. 16 Jul 2019, 16:13
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Crannog - the woman who helps animals to die with dignity
Alexis has a life-threatening disease. She spends her time in the wooded expanse of northern Scotland where she takes care of dozens of others who are also sick, wounded or dying. 12 Jul 2019, 11:01
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Not another climate horror story
Soil is pretty remarkable stuff. It provides us with 95% of our food, helps regulate the earth’s atmosphere, and It's a bigger carbon sink than all the world's forests combined. 11 Jul 2019, 11:12
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What if you thought climate change was your fault?
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The Waiting Room - a single parent's unflinching account of living with breast cancer
When Victoria Mapplebeck was diagnosed with breast cancer, she decided to record each step of her journey from diagnosis to recovery. 28 Jun 2019, 10:59
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Over the past 12 weeks Guardian journalist Iman Amrani has been speaking to men around the country about masculinity and the issues affecting them. 27 Jun 2019, 11:16
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Could this young Muslim unseat Boris Johnson at the next election?
Boris Johnson may have his eyes on being the prime minister but, if successful, he will walk into No 10 with one of the smallest majorities in history. 27 Jun 2019, 7:26
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Emotional support animals: has America's 'epidemic' gone too far?
Emotional support animals, or ESAs, have exploded across the US in recent years, with rising numbers of pet owners getting their animals certified online. 26 Jun 2019, 8:30
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Why America's gay bars still matter: 'We can live our truth here'
The Guardian visits three US gay bars in Texas, Mississippi and Indiana, where the owners and punters share how important those spaces remain for their community Subscribe to The Guardian on | 25 Jun 2019, 5:00
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How period apps are making other people rich
People have been tracking their cycles since periods were a thing. These days, menstrual cycles have become big business, and there are lots of ways to profit from them. 20 Jun 2019, 10:10
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New York drag queens on the legacy of Stonewall: 'We gotta keep fighting and yelling'
On 28 June 1969, a police raid at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, sparked a fearless rebellion against discrimination – and proved the catalyst for the modern LGBTQ | 20 Jun 2019, 4:58
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Toxic school run: how polluted is the air that children breathe?
Most of Britain's cities have had illegally polluted air for nearly a decade and the effect of air pollution is particularly bad on children. 19 Jun 2019, 17:33
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Trapped in the city of a thousand mountains - rap in China
A new phenomenon has taken the internet by storm: Chinese rap. But behind its skyrocketing popularity, there is a struggle for freedom of speech. 14 Jun 2019, 11:20
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