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The Observer view on Pope Franciss comments on a world at war | Observer editorial Deaths from terror attacks have dropped dramatically since the 1980s, yet Pope Francis is right to say that we feel threatenedPope Francis is a thoughtful man whose views should be taken seriously. So his unusually dramatic declaration last week that the
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The Observer view on Hinkley Point | Observer editorial Delaying a decision on the planned nuclear plant has done more than merely ruffle diplomatic feathersEight long years in the making: the plans to build Hinkley Point C have been beset by delays and difficulties. In recent months, the government has presse
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Clinton or Trump? The choice facing America Chris Riddell on the US presidential candidates Continue reading...
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Airport drinks ban? What a joyless prospect | Barbara Ellen Theres more than a touch of class warfare at play in plans to curb drinking opportunities before flyingAt first glance, the proposed crackdown on the sale and consumption of alcohol in British airports seems a no-brainer. Why should airport staff or plane
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Here come the B-list, breathing new life into superhero films A fresh cast of characters has given the movies a boost and the studios know theyre on a winnerSteven Spielbergs skill as a film-maker is beyond dispute. As a soothsayer, though, his credentials are shakier. In 2013, he predicted that the superhero movie
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How do you top Brexit? Ukip starts search for a new role and new leader With Nigel Farage gone, maybe for good this time, leadership candidates have to convince members the party has a future.Down in the basement of the Misty Blues pub in the Wirral, Merseyside, on Thursday night, 40 men and women, most of them in their 60s,
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Etons commitment to public service is a danger to us all | Catherine Bennett Acts of vandalism committed by its old boys are of a piece with our deference to private-school sagesI went to a great school, David Cameron used to say, and I want every child to have a great education. While the second statement had to be taken on trust
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Strengthening workers rights should be Labours priority | Jeremy Corbyn The Labour party will end the exploitation suffered by those on zero-hours contractsThe economy isnt working for millions of our people. Real wages have fallen, insecurity and low-paid jobs are spreading, investment is stagnating, corporate scandals are m
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Corbyn pledges to scrap Blair union laws in favour of collective bargaining String of corporate governance scandals prompts Labour leader to press for laws forcing large companies to recognise specific unions to negotiate withJeremy Corbyn would require companies with more than 250 employees to accept new industrial laws under wh
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Doubts grow over totemic cash pledge to pensioners Triple-lock protection too costly, says former pensions minister, as work and pensions department refuses to rule out reviewThe triple-lock protection for state pensions should be dropped to save billions of pounds for better causes, according to the outg
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