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Guys, it’s 108 shopping days till Brexit, and we’re grabbing maces | Marina Hyde

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A cancelled vote, a nearly nicked shiny thing – Monday’s debacle was a tour de force in parliamentary faffingI wonder if a female MP will ever grab the mace, as Labour’s Lloyd Russell-Moyle did on Monday night? Guys, I’m kidding. Of course I don’t wonder that. Grabbing the mace is the parliamentary equivalent of buying a used Boxster and getting a Route 66 tattoo.In my lifetime, the only three persons who have grabbed the mace are cordite-sniffer John

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I’m proud I grabbed the parliamentary mace. Here’s why | Lloyd Russell-Moyle

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The rod represents parliament’s authority – which the government made a mockery of by delaying the Brexit voteOur country has arrived at a moment of profound political significance. For some time, the prime minister knew her deal would not pass in parliament, and all along she has mocked members of all parties with her blathering blandishments. A good deal. The only deal. A deal that is in the national interest.Even behind closed doors, Theresa May’s

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‘Brexit plot twists to come’: after May’s vote meltdown, what should happen next? | Martin Kettle and others

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Our writers react to the prime minister’s last-minute decision to postpone the parliamentary vote on her unpopular Brexit deal Continue reading...

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Police have spied on thousands of us. Let the spotlight now fall on them | Alison

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I shared my life with an imposter for five years, believing him to be my partner. This public inquiry into the secret state is crucialThe latest publications on the website for the Undercover Policing Inquiry (UCPI) prove that the British state has secretly gathered intelligence on the political activities of thousands of its citizens for decades. Those of us who have been saying this for years feel vindicated. But it’s a bitter victory.The searchable

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The will of the people is to halt climate change, what about politicians? | John Vidal

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While the world’s leaders fiddle at the UN climate summit, the world outside is giving some reason for hopeTwo great dramas are unfolding. One concerns the future trading status of a small, rich country, and is marked by febrile debate, political histrionics and inflated egos. The other sees the rest of the world trying to control climate change.The differences between the two shows could not be starker. The UN summit in Katowice, Poland, is a challenge

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Watership Down should be about death and destruction, not fluffy rabbits | Stephanie Merritt

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I loved the 1978 film as a child, even though it terrified me. The remake should have kept the wild darkness, not toned it downWe don’t like to think about death too much at Christmas these days, especially when it comes to children’s stories. This is a shame, because dwelling on the proximity of darkness has been a significant part of our collective storytelling tradition at this time of year, since long before the Green Knight crashed King Arthur’s

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Jimmy McGovern’s Care has shed light on a crisis. Now we need a solution | Dawn Foster

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A ‘Grey New Deal’ for Britain could halt the crisis in elderly care – budget cuts are ruining livesEarly in Jimmy McGovern’s BBC drama Care, broadcast on Sunday, an occupational therapist takes Mary, a character recently diagnosed with vascular dementia after a stroke, to a test kitchen in the hospital and asks her to make herself a cup of tea by first placing a teabag in a cup. Her daughters, seated behind her, dismiss the exercise as a farce: Mary has

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The Guardian view on surveillance: Australia is giving too much power to the state | Editorial

The Guardian | World media » Opinion aktuálně » 10. prosinec, 2018

Laws on encryption must not pose an unwarranted danger to the freedom and privacy of citizensThe Australian government has just hustled into law a wide-ranging bill which attempts to give its intelligence services powers against encrypted communications. Whatever the government may wish, there are of course limits set to these powers by the mathematics that underpin strong encryption. If it is properly implemented, strong encryption is quite literally

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