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I know how hard it is for working-class actors to succeed. We can change that | Eddie Marsan

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Money is a huge obstacle for people trying to get into the arts. We need positive policies – even quotas – to improve diversityI’ve been acting professionally for more than 25 years now, but I know what it’s like to have that dream jeopardised by a lack of money. I never received a grant for drama school. My first year’s fees were cobbled together by my late mother and an East End bookmaker. And at the end of my first year, I had to audition for a

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These shootings were senseless. But Moss Side will survive and thrive | Erinma Bell

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In my work as a peace activist, I have learned that it is vital to tackle conflict before it spills over into violenceNo matter what happens in Moss Side, there are those who will always be proud of their neighbourhood. Last weekend, the Manchester Caribbean carnival took place in Alexandra Park, formerly the Moss Side ward of Manchester. The first day of carnival brought more than 16,000 people to the area and, according to the Greater Manchester police,

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The film Maurice is 30 years old, but its frankness is ahead of its time | Charlotte Higgins

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The rereleased Merchant-Ivory film depicts gay love with a straightforwardness that few films since have matchedIn 1987, Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s film Maurice was released – their first film after A Room With a View. They were both adaptations of EM Forster novels. But if A Room With a View was sunny, romantic and charming, Maurice, by contrast, seemed darker, more brooding – and more, well, gay. In the film Maurice, played by James Wilby, and

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The Tories’ housing plans will solve nothing – we need to build more | Martha Gill

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Talk of landlord ‘league tables’ is a deliberate distraction. The only thing that will fix this crisis is build more social housingWhen she first came to power Theresa May promised to address Britain’s “burning injustices”. A few weeks ago, MPs were asked to quietly drop the phrase. Tied up in the complications of Brexit, the government has done very little to help the poor and disadvantaged – those who voted in protest against their own circumstances in

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The government’s rough sleeping strategy is a missed chance to end homelessness | Jon Sparkes

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This move is a step forward, but our work at Crisis shows root causes must be tackled in order to help the thousands in needThe government has published its rough sleeping strategy. At a time when our own research at Crisis shows that at least 8,000 people are forced to sleep rough in England on any one night, change cannot come soon enough. In one of the wealthiest countries in the world, rough sleeping is an unacceptable injustice that damages and

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Boris Johnson or the burqa? It’s a false choice – both dehumanise Muslim women | Polly Toynbee

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Racism is a virus that can be easily released by politicians who stoop low. But we can’t ignore how religions treat womenSo, what is the good liberal to do? What is the good humanist to say? Boris Johnson’s anti-Muslim “jokes” were not a dog whistle, but a foghorn beckoning racists to his Steve Bannon-assisted leadership cause. But in the maelstrom he has deliberately caused, the risk is that liberals are silenced on criticising religion, Islam in

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Homelessness is back on the Tories’ agenda, yet it’s them who made this crisis worse | Zoe Williams

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Universal credit, the benefit cap, a failure to build new homes – all have contributed to people being unable to afford their rentsThe government has a new policy on housing; rough sleeping is a national disgrace, and Theresa May has promised to eliminate it by 2027. In the Daily Telegraph, meanwhile, Boris Johnson is crusading against developers treating homeowners “like serfs”, making another back-of-a-fag-packet policy suggestion: cut “absurdly high”

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