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Yes, we’re all doing lockdown differently now – but let’s resist turning on each other

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    Long Reads

    “How my parents’ bravery, love and strength got us through the Windrush scandal”

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    Can Marcus Rashford’s campaign break the stigma around money and poverty shame?

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    Marcus Rashford’s open letter to the government has ensured meals for school children

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How a popular baby names website took a stand for #BlackLivesMatter

“Each of these names was somebody’s baby.”

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Leona Lewis, hair detail, attends the premiere of Focus Features' "Emma." at DGA Theater on February 18, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage)
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Leona Lewis’ story about her confrontation with a white store owner is a must-read

If you don’t think racism is a problem in the UK, you need to listen to what Leona Lewis has to say.

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Sophie Turner responds to those criticising her decision to attend anti-racism protest

“Justice will be done when society reflects our beliefs that we are all equal. Until then there should be no peace.”

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Melanie Janine Brown, known as Mel B walks the red carpet ahead of the Opening Ceremony and the "La Vérité" (The Truth) screening during the 76th Venice Film Festival at Sala Grande on August 28, 2019 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Stefania D'Alessandro/WireImage,)
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Mel B explains why it’s so hurtful when white people say they “don’t see colour”

In a revealing interview, the Spice Girls star has revealed what it’s like to be “the only brown girl in the room”.

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Serena Williams has a message for those who think she’s responsible for Alexis Ohanian’s resignation

The couple sat down during an Instagram Live to candidly discuss Alexis’ powerful decision to resign from Reddit.

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3 big podcast conversations about difficult relationships with fathers

For anyone who needs to plug into something comforting on Father's Day.

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Hollie Richardson
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Ellen Pompeo wants to know why police are carrying machine guns at anti-racism protests

“At the Women’s March, there were no machine guns. At Pride marches, there were no machine guns. But the Black Lives Matter march? Machine guns everywhere.”

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Kayleigh Dray
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A protester holds a sign with an image of George Floyd during a peaceful demonstration over George Floyd’s death outside LAPD headquarters on June 2, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.
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“He will never see her grow up”: mother of George Floyd’s daughter gives moving speech

“He was good. No matter what anybody thinks, he was good.”

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Kayleigh Dray
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How will lockdown change in England from today? We unpick the new rules

England has entered phase 2 of the government's lockdown exit plan, but what does that mean?

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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“Going to a restaurant felt like sheer luxury”: one woman on easing out of lockdown in Greece

Bars and restaurants are now open in Greece, as the country eases out of lockdown. Here, one woman shares her story.

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Anastasia Miari
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Craving physical contact? An expert has this advice for anyone feeling frustrated

Lockdown may be easing, but we still won't be able to touch anyone for a while.

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Hollie Richardson
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As the lockdown eases, friends and family aren’t the priority they should be

The guidance over when we might next get to see our loved ones is maddeningly vague.

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“My housemate isn’t social distancing properly. How do I talk to them about it?”

What’s the best way to handle tension when you and housemates disagree on the social distancing rules?

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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A day in the life: a woman running an NHS coronavirus testing site

This Mental Health Awareness Week, Stylist is sharing mental health diaries from key workers.

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“Last year I froze my eggs, but now my life is frozen, too”

One woman who froze her eggs before losing her job due to the pandemic discusses how she's having to adapt her plans.

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Georgina Hinds
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Sia’s message about her adopted sons serves as an important reminder about family

We’re not crying, you’re crying.

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Kayleigh Dray
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These beautiful illustrations show the reality of Ramadan during lockdown

One woman shares illustrations of what the month means to her, from fasting during the day to sharing Iftar over Zoom.

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Arooj Aftab
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Opinion

Sick and tired of lockdown suspense? Read this

Here's everything we know about when lockdown might finally be lifted.

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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“If I could do anything right now, I’d jump on the train home to see my mum”

One writer shares the one thing she would do if she could right now.

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“I had Iftar over Zoom with my family and still felt the warmth of camaraderie”

One writer shares her experiences of observing Ramadan during lockdown.

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Zeynab Mohamed
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