Guardian opinion   friday 24 2018

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Trump will last. His voters see him as a dislikeable CEO (5 mn)

There was a time, not that long ago, when serious allegations that a president had had an aff air with a Playboy model a year after he married his third wife and a few months after she gave birth t...


No-deal brexit - By flirting with a fantasy, the tories are putting a second vote on the table (4 mn)

Broadly speaking, there seem to be two alternative ways of making sense of the government’s increasingly public preparations for a “no-deal” Brexit in March next year, marked yesterday by the publi...


Journalism - Corbyn’s media speech deserves attention. but important issues remain (2 mn)

The psyche of leaders of the Labour party is often moulded by their treatment at the hands of journalists. Jeremy Corbyn is in that respect no diff erent from his predecessors. However, no leader h...


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Raab offers us cotton wool. The reality is hair-raising (4 mn)

The words are pitched to sound dryly unthreatening in a thick pea soup of technical detail – but the effect is all the more hair-raising. Brexit secretary Dominic Raab launched the first of the gov...


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I can’t shield my child from knowing some people hate her (4 mn)

Hilary Freeman Is An Author And Freelance Journalist My three-year-old daughter, Sidonie, stared for a moment at the illustration in the storybook I was reading her at bedtime. “Can I wear a yellow...


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Stay home or turn to charity. that’s britain if you’re disabled (2 mn)

Frances Ryan writes the Guardian’s Hardworking Britain online series One of my abiding childhood memories is being given my first wheelchair through the charity Whizz-Kidz . Until I was six, I had...


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What do women want? Bigger pockets (3 mn)

Chelsea G Summers is a feminist writer specialising in fashion and sex Broken in and cunningly ripped, my favourite jeans fit loosely. They’re designed to look as if I’d borrowed them from my guy,...


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Jimmy thirskintelligence analystat bletchley park who helped to crack the enigma ciphers (4 mn)

Thirsk joined the Intelligence Corps in April 1942 and moved to Bletchley a month later SSPL/GETTY IMAGES Jimmy Thirsk , who has died aged 104, was an intelligence analyst at Bletchley Park during...


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How do we end the class divide? (18 mn)

Melissa Benn is a founder of the Local Schools Network, and chair of Comprehensive Future Our parallel school system is reinforcing privilege and harming the prospects of another generation. (The ...