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My sister-the-doctor has graduated – just as the world has turned on medical experts

My sister-the-doctor has graduated – just as the world has turned on medical experts

The Charlie Gard case has been hijacked by those who prioritise feelings over facts

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From the railways to the NHS – why can’t Britain think anything through? | Ian Jack

From the railways to the NHS – why can’t Britain think anything through? | Ian Jack

Guardian columnist Ian Jack says that the saga of delayed rail electrification suggests politicians aren’t comfortable with deliberation

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"We all have stories like these": breaking through the silence and shame of rape to heal | Van Badham

"We all have stories like these": breaking through the silence and shame of rape to heal | Van Badham

Fear of social judgement and the effects of trauma often silence those who are sexually assaulted. A new essay collection sets out to liberate them from shame

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Why I’ve never reported being sexually assaulted on public transport | Poppy Noor

Why I’ve never reported being sexually assaulted on public transport | Poppy Noor

A sense of disbelief has always stopped freelance writer Poppy Noor from calling the police. And many friends who’ve been harassed have reacted the same way. But new figures show things might be changing

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The Guardian view on the supreme court: good for Lady Hale – and for us all | Editorial

The Guardian view on the supreme court: good for Lady Hale – and for us all | Editorial

Editorial: The new president of the UK’s most senior court has years of experience

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The Guardian view on historical fiction: reimagining, not reproducing | Editorial

The Guardian view on historical fiction: reimagining, not reproducing | Editorial

Editorial: A once-disparaged genre has found new life thanks to Hilary Mantel and others. But what do we want from it?

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Norfolk playing catch-up in the anti-littering stakes | Brief letters

Norfolk playing catch-up in the anti-littering stakes | Brief letters

Brief letters: First-class degrees | Female saints | Rambutan | Tennis and nationality | Sheep v giant hogweed | Litter

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Why such fuss about a female Doctor Who? | Letters

Why such fuss about a female Doctor Who? | Letters

Letters: Readers respond to the news that Jodie Whittaker will play the Time Lord in Doctor Who

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Jeremy Corbyn is not the Messiah | Letters

Jeremy Corbyn is not the Messiah | Letters

Letters: Readers engage with Owen Jones’s enthusiasm for the Labour leader

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Detention of refugees is a national disgrace | Letters

Detention of refugees is a national disgrace | Letters

Letters: Readers relate their experiences of Britain’s cruel policy of holding immigrants in de facto prisons

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