Attack of the mega-Donald Trump | Cassetteboy remix the news
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Attack of the mega-Donald Trump | Cassetteboy remix the news

Cassetteboy edit the last month’s TV news coverage: Donald Trump’s new role as a tropical…

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Taking drugs can be fun, and the law should reflect that – Paris Lees | Comment is Free
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Taking drugs can be fun, and the law should reflect that – Paris Lees | Comment is Free

Paris Lees has taken lots of drugs. And most of the time, her experiences haven’t…

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Is David Cameron a threat to context? | Cassetteboy remix the news
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Is David Cameron a threat to context? | Cassetteboy remix the news

Cassetteboy take on David Cameron after the Conservative party released a video attacking Jeremy Corbyn.…

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Bangalore or bust: can India’s clothing factories offer freedom to rural recruits? | Guardian Docs
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Bangalore or bust: can India’s clothing factories offer freedom to rural recruits? | Guardian Docs

Close friends Banu and Bhuntu work in a clothing factory in Bangalore, 1,000 miles from…

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Jeremy Corbyn’s landslide Labour leadership victory – an outsider’s view | Anywhere but Westminster
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Jeremy Corbyn’s landslide Labour leadership victory – an outsider’s view | Anywhere but Westminster

After covering politics away from London for six years, John Harris couldn’t keep away from…

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Ich bin ein Syrian: a refugee’s journey from Aleppo to a new life in Germany
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Ich bin ein Syrian: a refugee’s journey from Aleppo to a new life in Germany

Mohammed al-Nasser arrived on the Greek island of Leros on a small dinghy from Turkey.…

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We Walk Together: a Syrian refugee family’s journey to the heart of Europe
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We Walk Together: a Syrian refugee family’s journey to the heart of Europe

Thousands of refugees were sleeping rough at Budapest’s Keleti station, waiting for trains to take…

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Britain’s response to the refugee crisis in numbers | Guardian Explainers
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Britain’s response to the refugee crisis in numbers | Guardian Explainers

Britain’s response to the largest refugee crisis in Europe since the second world war has…

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I hear voices in my head, but I’m fine – Eleanor Longden | Comment is Free
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I hear voices in my head, but I’m fine – Eleanor Longden | Comment is Free

Eleanor Longden started hearing voices when she was 18. She was drugged and hospitalised, then…

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How did the UN get so big? Rachel Weisz | Guardian Animations
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How did the UN get so big? Rachel Weisz | Guardian Animations

The United Nations began with 51 member states and an annual budget of $19m. Subscribe…

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