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Money has changed – that’s the issue
By Peter Selby - 31 May 12:23

Markets and moral limits.

Prime minister - and king of sport
By Martha Gill - 31 May 11:37

Cameron's skills are not limited to tennis.

Israel's race riots
What is behind the Israeli mistreatment of African migrants?
By Ben White - 28 May 16:12

Disturbing rhetoric on race from Israeli government ministers.

Trimingham's loss is a victory for bi-phobia
Trimingham's loss is a victory for bi-phobia
By Nichi Hodgson - 28 May 11:35

The Mail's attacks on Carina Trimingham were unacceptable.

Rwanda water project
Water: a most precious commodity and a basic right
By Barbara Frost - 25 May 20:26

Thousands die every day from the consequences of drinking from tainted sources. We can make a differ

"Negging": the anatomy of a dating trend
By Nicky Woolf - 25 May 14:27

Ever been insulted in a bar? It's possible you were being "negged".

In search of the European dream
By Rebecca Omonira-Oyekanmi - 25 May 10:45

Undocumented migrants have skewed ideas about life in Europe.

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A shed of one's own
By James Ball - 25 May 9:29

We need to be more open about issues facing men.

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Marie's place is empty
By Cyrus Shahrad - 24 May 10:58

Remembering Marie Colvin, 1956-2012.

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What it is like to be a man with an eating disorder?
By Joseph Stashko - 24 May 9:52

Too often, help and discussion is targeted only at women.

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Freedom of information and unusable data
By Victoria James - 23 May 9:34

Disclosure of data is all very well, but only if it is intelligible and reliable.

The Second Sexism: don't judge a book by its press
By Ally Fogg - 23 May 9:15

David Benatar's book has valid comments to make about the position of men.

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Better porn with de Botton
By Nichi Hodgson - 21 May 10:19

There is scope to re-think the porn industry.

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After Rochdale
By Sara Khan - 20 May 9:54

Asian women are suffering too.

Barristers threaten to strike
The myth of "fat cat" barristers
By Harriet Williams - 18 May 15:16

Criminal barristers threaten to strike over cuts to legal aid fees.

Egyptian elections
Women and the Arab Spring
By Sara Hashash - 18 May 10:57

Hopes for freedom in Egypt remain unfulfilled.

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John Sentamu and the acceptable face of bigotry
By Mic Wright - 18 May 10:46

To deny that gay people do not have equal rights is to be on the side of evil, no matter how twinkly

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Disability and the return of blame culture
By Frances Ryan - 17 May 15:21

From newspaper columnists, to politicians, to nightclub owners, myths and distortions are spreading.

The value of the NHS and the BBC is immeasurable
The value of the NHS and the BBC is immeasurable
By George Chesterton - 16 May 10:55

Attempts to denigrate these public institutions must be resisted

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Ricky Gervais's 'Derek': the reality of a life of otherness
By Nicky Clark - 16 May 10:21

Previously sceptical of his work, a disability rights campaigner speaks with the comedian about cont

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The sex lives of others are our greatest fetish
By Ray Filar - 15 May 11:19

Legitimate public interest stories about sex are sidelined by the seemingly scandalous.

Francois Hollande, France's President-elect
What Hollande should do now
By Andrew Graham - 10 May 16:59

How the new French president can oblige the Germans to play their part in Europe's growth strategy.

Politics: just for geeks?
By Harriet Williams - 08 May 17:42

The sad truth: we aren't cool.

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Fleet Street Fox's hypocritical misogyny
By Sarah Ditum - 07 May 12:03

Women should stop denigrating women, says columnist. In a column denigrating women.

A Greek election poster in Athens
What the Greek election tells us about Europe
By Petros Fassoulas - 07 May 11:38

A political consensus shattered.

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Louise Mensch deserves our solidarity
By Ellie Mae O'Hagan - 04 May 15:14

I know what it’s like to be a woman with an opinion in a man’s world. I think Mensch does too.

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Is Vatican III the answer?
By Paul Donovan - 04 May 12:59

The Cardinal Sean Brady case shows only root and branch reform can deal with the issue of abuse in t

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Mensch and Dorries shouldn't have to deal with sexist abuse
By Emily Wight - 03 May 18:22

Why are female politicians not taken seriously?

Ronny Edry.
Israel Loves Iran: an interview with founder Ronny Edry
By Camilla Schick - 01 May 15:00

"The way to win us is always with the threat of war, because when you have a war coming, nobody’s go

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How conservatives hijacked the gay movement
By Ray Filar - 30 April 11:16

The focus on gay marriage shows how the movement has lost its teeth.