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The Guardian › Opinions › 37 minutes ago
The party needs to reconnect with community activists, says the Guardian columnist John Harris
The Guardian › Opinions › 53 minutes ago
This Christmas, give the little ones a gift that keeps on giving – the fear that someone, somewhere is always watching them
The Guardian › Opinions › 4 hours ago
His false claims about the withdrawal agreement reveal an utter lack of interest in Brexit’s consequences for Belfast and Dublin, says Irish Times columnist and author Fintan O’Toole
The Guardian › Opinions › 6 hours ago
TheLabour party’s defeat has been taken as a warning not to stray too far left but the real story has a different lesson for 2020
The Guardian › Opinions › 7 hours ago
Early on Wednesday morning, with rheumy eyes, the minister unburdened himself of his shame
The Guardian › Opinions › 9 hours ago
We will now find out what a triumphant Boris Johnson really wants and believes | Andrew Rawnsley
The Guardian › Opinions › 9 hours ago
If the party is going to survive it must pursue a broad coalition, not a socialist utopia
The Guardian › Opinions › 10 hours ago
In its current state the party shares too many of the Tories’ worst instincts
The Guardian › Opinions › 10 hours ago
Jarad Anthony Higgins joins the club of musicians whose lives ended too soon
The Guardian › Opinions › 11 hours ago
Corbyn was not the leader to address Labour’s decline. It can’t make the same mistake again
The Guardian › Opinions › 11 hours ago
From regional papers to national TV, fact checking has never been more important in speaking truth to power
The Guardian › Opinions › 11 hours ago
The two senators, working for everyday Americans, are streets ahead of any establishment candidate
The Guardian › Opinions › 11 hours ago
How to tell a drug dealer from a pastry chef, the scientific way
The Guardian › Opinions › 11 hours ago
Following a steep rise in inheritance tax, Britain’s wealthiest families suddenly professed to be a lot poorer
The Guardian › Opinions › 11 hours ago
Politicians are quick to condemn other nations that trample on workers’ rights but ignore it when it happens in the UK
The Guardian › Opinions › 21 hours ago
Labour can’t be defensive about where it went wrong. We need honest self-criticism, says the MP for Birmingham Yardley
The Guardian › Opinions › 22 hours ago
To represent the country, we must see it as it really is and protect and preserve what matters in towns and cities, north and south, Leave and Remain
The Guardian › Opinions › 23 hours ago
The prime minister basks in his election victory, and looks to an explosive future
The Guardian › Opinions › 23 hours ago
Offsetting is a seductive way of convincing ourselves we’re doing something constructive
The Guardian › Opinions › 1 day ago
Even at the height of Thatcherism, those in their 20s could take some comfort from what the future might hold
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