Egypt’s youngest political prisoner, five years since the revolution
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Egypt’s youngest political prisoner, five years since the revolution

Mahmoud, 18, is imprisoned in Egypt for wearing an anti-torture T-shirt. On 25 January, two…

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Shot Show 2016: the one question you can’t ask at the world’s biggest gun show
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Shot Show 2016: the one question you can’t ask at the world’s biggest gun show

Shot Show is the largest gun trade show in the world, with over 60,000 attendees…

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The great British booze problem: how a few glasses a day has led to an epidemic for the NHS
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The great British booze problem: how a few glasses a day has led to an epidemic for the NHS

Derek McBeath, 43, saw himself as a casual drinker – but the two cans of…

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David Attenborough: environmentalism is a duty, not an interest – video interview
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David Attenborough: environmentalism is a duty, not an interest – video interview

Sir David Attenborough tells George Monbiot that the British public is better informed about the…

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Knocked down, spat at and trampled on: another day in A&E | This is the NHS
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Knocked down, spat at and trampled on: another day in A&E | This is the NHS

We go behind the scenes in the A&E department of the Royal Stoke University hospital…

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Is inequality an unavoidable fact of life? Danny Dorling | Comment is Free
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Is inequality an unavoidable fact of life? Danny Dorling | Comment is Free

It’s easy to think that inequality is inevitable but, says Danny Dorling, we are living…

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From the Bronx to Yale: the power of high school ‘speech’ | Guardian Docs
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From the Bronx to Yale: the power of high school ‘speech’ | Guardian Docs

High school students from Democracy Prep school in the South Bronx, New York, compete against…

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The National Health Service explained | Guardian Explainers
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The National Health Service explained | Guardian Explainers

The NHS has been likened to a national religion, such is its importance in the…

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Are you racist? ‘No’ isn’t a good enough answer – Marlon James | Comment is Free
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Are you racist? ‘No’ isn’t a good enough answer – Marlon James | Comment is Free

Most of us, says Marlon James, are non-racist. While that leaves us with a clear…

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Junior doctors on Lewisham picket line: ‘Devalued, demoralised, determined’ | This is the NHS
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Junior doctors on Lewisham picket line: ‘Devalued, demoralised, determined’ | This is the NHS

Junior doctors on the picket line outside Lewisham hospital in south-east London on Tuesday say…

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