Why do we have private schools and should we abolish them?

Why do we have private schools and should we abolish them?

Look at the people who occupy the top jobs across the UK and you’ll find a disproportionate number of them were privately educated. But now campaigners are asking why we have private schools and arguing for us to get rid of them.
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What do news websites know about who is reading articles? Chris Moran tells us about his role

What do news websites know about who is reading articles? Chris Moran tells us about his role

Keeping track of readers helps news organisations improve their articles, explains the Guardian's editor for strategic projects.
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Ibram X Kendi: 'Racist ideas have always been murderous'

Ibram X Kendi: 'Racist ideas have always been murderous'

The American historian argues that, in the Donald Trump era, people need to be actively anti-racist. He also discusses the El Paso shootings, the US president's racially motivated tirades and the most effective way to challenge him.
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Richard Ratcliffe on the fight to free his wife Nazanin from Iranian jail

Richard Ratcliffe on the fight to free his wife Nazanin from Iranian jail

In 2016 Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in Iran and charged with espionage. Her young daughter, Gabriella, was with her at the time and the family have been separated ever since.
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Cancer Town: Rev William Barber visits town at heart of Guardian campaign

Cancer Town: Rev William Barber visits town at heart of Guardian campaign

The Guardian invited the civil rights leader to the community on the banks of the Mississippi River where the people face the highest risk of cancer due to airborne toxins in the United States.
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British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama

British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama

British pair Paul O'Shaughnessy and Lee Cuthbert describe Sydney knife drama
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Fatbergs: 'flushable' wet wipes are creating an environmental catastrophe

Fatbergs: 'flushable' wet wipes are creating an environmental catastrophe

Fatbergs, caused by an entangled mess of wet wipes 'mortared together' by fats, oils and grease to form rock-hard material, are creating a 'real problem with blockages in the pipes', according to Sydney Water's Peter Hadfield.
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