Why you shouldn’t boycott sweatshops or bother with Fairtrade – William MacAskill | Comment is Free
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Why you shouldn’t boycott sweatshops or bother with Fairtrade – William MacAskill | Comment is Free

Do you give money to disaster relief? Or pay that little bit extra on Fairtrade…

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The Jeremy Corbyn effect: ‘Jez we can’ | Anywhere But Westminster
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The Jeremy Corbyn effect: ‘Jez we can’ | Anywhere But Westminster

John Harris charts the rise of Jeremy Corbyn and his effect on politics from one…

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I used to drink too much. We Brits have an alcohol problem – Deborah Coughlin | Comment is Free
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I used to drink too much. We Brits have an alcohol problem – Deborah Coughlin | Comment is Free

Deborah Coughlin found herself at an alcohol councillor after drinking 220 units over a birthday…

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The Native American kids who got $200,000 for graduating | Guardian Docs
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The Native American kids who got $200,000 for graduating | Guardian Docs

The Ho-Chunk Nation are a Native American tribe that owns a string of casinos across…

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Calais migrants: Life in the Jungle | Guardian Features
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Calais migrants: Life in the Jungle | Guardian Features

Away from the chaotic scenes on Calais’ motorways and ports, the migrant camp known as…

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Kenya’s little Obamas: an inspired generation
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Kenya’s little Obamas: an inspired generation

Since Barack Obama took office in 2008, children across Kenya have been named after the…

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Can the sun cool down Earth? | Keep it in the ground
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Can the sun cool down Earth? | Keep it in the ground

Every hour, enough sunlight blasts the earth to power humanity for a year. Subscribe to…

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Why everything you think you know about gangs is wrong – Temi Mwale | Comment is Free
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Why everything you think you know about gangs is wrong – Temi Mwale | Comment is Free

Nineteen-year-old Temi Mwale lost a friend to youth violence when she was only 16. Subscribe…

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Slavery at sea: Thai fishing industry turns to trafficking | Guardian Investigations
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Slavery at sea: Thai fishing industry turns to trafficking | Guardian Investigations

A Guardian investigation has linked Thailand’s fishing industry with the vast transnational trafficking syndicates profiting…

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The Yes Men’s solution to California’s drought: if you eat beef, don’t wash | Guardian Docs
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