How Ukip normalised far-right politics
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How Ukip normalised far-right politics

Since the Brexit vote in 2016 Ukip is no longer primarily concerned with attacking the…

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Brexit breakdown: fear and anger on the Irish border
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Brexit breakdown: fear and anger on the Irish border

As fears of a no-deal Brexit increase, John Harris and John Domokos go to where…

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Flat Earth rising: meet the people casting aside 2,500 years of science
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Flat Earth rising: meet the people casting aside 2,500 years of science

Though not a new phenomenon, flat Earth theory has enjoyed a huge resurgence recently. A…

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Uncaged: saving China’s songbirds from the poachers’ nets
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Uncaged: saving China’s songbirds from the poachers’ nets

Orbán, my dad and me
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Orbán, my dad and me

A Guardian film-maker and his father, who left communist Hungary for Britain in the 70s…

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Fighting Shame
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Fighting Shame

A group of women from Leeds share stories of poverty through eight everyday objects and…

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Brexit breakdown part 5: southern discomfort
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Brexit breakdown part 5: southern discomfort

As parliament falls into uncertainty and deadlock, John Harris and John Domokos go back on…

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Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos
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Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos

As parliament rejected Theresa May’s Brexit deal by a historic margin, the Guardian went behind…

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‘I knew my life could be in danger’: the girl on a mission to change Iraq
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‘I knew my life could be in danger’: the girl on a mission to change Iraq

Marielle and Monica: the LGBT activists resisting Bolsonaro’s Brazil
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Marielle and Monica: the LGBT activists resisting Bolsonaro’s Brazil

Marielle Franco, Brazilian LGBT and human rights activist, was killed in March 2018. Her widow,…

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