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Like Greta Thunberg, I am on the autism spectrum. She gives me hope | Charlie Hancock

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The attacks on her from neurotypical critics are glib and spiteful. But they are a tribute to the power of her argumentsRarely have I identified with anything so strongly as when I listened to Greta Thunberg, the 16-year-old Nobel peace prize nominee, talking to Nick Robinson on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme. Like her, I have been diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum, and it is rare that women like me appear in the media.Yet Thunberg’s rise to

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Father Magill is right: Lyra McKee’s shocking death must not be in vain | Kathryn Gaw

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In his furious eloquence, the priest spoke for us all. I hope Theresa May and other politicians at the funeral were listeningLike the life that preceded it, Lyra McKee’s funeral was completely unique and utterly unforgettable.Thousands of mourners from every community in Northern Ireland lined the streets of Belfast to pay our respects to the extraordinary young journalist, and to tell the world that we are not defined by our worst citizens, but by our

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As a teacher, I know parents are right to march against unfair tests for under-fives | Holly Rigby

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Exposing young children to pointless, distressing assessments in the first few weeks of school could kill their love of learningWhen I imagine the perfect way for a four-year-old to spend an afternoon, it chiefly involves making mud pies, eating raisins, finger painting with friends, all topped off by a much-needed afternoon nap. What it does not include is marching to Downing Street to protest against government education policy. Nor does it involve

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Dare to declare capitalism dead – before it takes us all down with it | George Monbiot

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The economic system is incompatible with the survival of life on Earth. It is time to design a new oneFor most of my adult life I’ve railed against “corporate capitalism”, “consumer capitalism” and “crony capitalism”. It took me a long time to see that the problem is not the adjective but the noun. While some people have rejected capitalism gladly and swiftly, I’ve done so slowly and reluctantly. Part of the reason was that I could see no clear

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There will be no soft Brexit now. It’s no deal, revoke or another vote | Martin Kettle

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A compromise solution was possible once, but not any more. For pro-Europeans, the choice is starker and simplerEver since the Brexit vote in June 2016, many of us pro-Europeans have had to live with a dilemma. On the one hand, we regarded the vote to leave the European Union as a disaster for our country. On the other, we accepted the galling reality that it was the democratically expressed view of the majority. Three years on, I still think we were right

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The NHS is a huge employer of women – I want it to be one of the best as well | Matt Hancock

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More family-friendly practices, greater gender equality and a culture that supports diversity will make the NHS better for all• Matt Hancock is a Conservative MP and the secretary of state for healthFrom the days of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole to our chief medical officer for England, Professor Dame Sally Davies, women have played an integral part in the story of modern healthcare. Today, around 1 million female employees work for the NHS,

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The Guardian view on Huawei: if May wants to trust, we must keep verifying | Editorial

The Guardian | World media » Opinion aktuálně » 24. duben, 2019

The Chinese telecoms firm has won favour for cheap and sophisticated gear. But its participation in Britain’s 5G network demands the closest scrutinySweeping narratives can soon take hold, even if critics are already pointing to their holes. In the 1990s, two such theses quickly took root. The first was that liberal democracy had triumphed. The second was that technology would inevitably bring liberation; Bill Clinton quipped, in reference to China, that

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