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A Black fire: Grenfell and racism’s impact on a community tragedy

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    “He stole from me and left me in £30k of debt”: what you need to know about economic abuse

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    Frustrated and overwhelmed by the ever-changing Covid situation? You’re not alone

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18 podcasts that focus on compelling discussions around race

Because we are all part of this conversation.

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People gather for a vigil for Jacob Blake on August 25, 2020 in New York City. The Wisconsin National Guard has been deployed to Kenosha after Blake was shot several times at close range in the back during an encounter with a police officer, which was caught on video. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
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How we can all be better allies in the fight against racism

We, as white people, need to be better allies. That much is clear. So how can we do that?

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Naga Munchetty attends the British Academy Television Craft Awards at The Brewery on April 23, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by David M Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)
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Naga Munchetty and the toxic myth of the “unlikeable” woman

The BBC Breakfast presenter has been trending on Twitter all day long, but for all the wrong reasons.

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Ciara Charteris attends the "Mary Quant" VIP preview at the Victoria & Albert Museum on April 03, 2019 in London, England. (Photo by Joe Maher/Getty Images)
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Poldark’s Ciara Charteris chose not to report her rapist. Now, she’s taking the power back

The actor has spoken out about being assaulted by a “close friend.”

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Why switching off from the coronavirus news cycle won’t make you less stressed

In fact, a new study suggests doing the exact opposite.

Destroyed buildings are visible a day after a massive explosion occurred at the port on Aug. 5, 2020 in Beirut, Lebanon. As of Wednesday morning, more than 100 people were confirmed dead, with thousands injured, when an explosion rocked the Lebanese capital. Officials said a waterfront warehouse storing explosive materials, reportedly 2,700 tons of ammonium nitrate, was the cause of the blast. (Photo by Daniel Carde/Getty Images)
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The situation in Lebanon requires action beyond our Twitter feeds

Years of tragedy in Syria, Palestine and Algeria prove that those well intentioned “thoughts and prayers” will only go so far. It’s time to do more.

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Kayleigh Dray
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Do negative news stories make you anxious? You could have a “sticky mind”

Here’s how to cope with this type of anxiety.

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Black Lives Matter protestor Jen Reid poses for a photograph in front of a sculpture of herself, by local artist Marc Quinn, on the plinth where the Edward Colston statue used to stand on July 15, 2020 in Bristol, England. A statue of slave trader Edward Colston was pulled down and thrown into Bristol Harbour during Black Lives Matter protests sparked by the death of an African American man, George Floyd, while in the custody of Minneapolis police in the United States of America. The Mayor of Bristol has since announced the setting up of a commission of historians and academics to reassess Bristol's landmarks and buildings that feature the name of Colston and others who made fortunes in trades linked to slavery. (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Getty Images)
People

We need to talk about the Jen Reid statue

Stylist turns the spotlight on the activist who inspired Bristol’s A Surge of Power.

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Life

What’s actually going on in Hong Kong right now?

Here's why young people in Hong Kong are protesting in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Laura Smith
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Sarah, Duchess of York and Princess Michael of Kent arriving in an open carriage to the Royal Ascot Races on June 17, 1986 at Ascot Racecourse, Berkshire.(Photo by David Levenson/Getty Images)
People

How will The Crown S6 handle Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson?

We need to talk about The Crown season 6.

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Laura and her husband moved to Hong Kong early last year but had no idea what was hidden beneath the surface.
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“I feel scared to speak out about what’s really happening in Hong Kong”

Young people in Hong Kong are still protesting after the proposed extradition bill, but not everyone feels safe to do so.

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Please don’t feel like you have to apologise for your children

Stop making mothers feel bad when their children interrupt their meetings during lockdown

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The frustrating reality of Leicester’s lockdown, and how it feels to live there now

Black and Asian communities continue to be let down and are disproportionately suffering

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Life

MPs just voted overwhelmingly in favour of banning protests outside abortion clinics

MP Rupa Huq tells Stylist why she introduced a bill that would create buffer zones around all abortion clinics in England and Wales.

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

Free school meals only scratch the surface of a much bigger issue.

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Hollie Richardson
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People hold placards as they join a spontaneous Black Lives Matter march through central London to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and in support of the demonstrations in North America on May 31, 2020 in London, United Kingdom.
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The most powerful photos from London’s anti-racism protest

Thousands of people have marched across the city in protest after George Floyd’s death at the hands of a white police officer.

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Kayleigh Dray
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What we can (and must) learn from Fergie’s LinkedIn profile

The duchess’ current job post is listed as "Spokesperson, Author, Producer and Humanitarian”.

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Davina McCall on how she’s protecting her mental health during lockdown

The TV presenter has been sticking to a strict routine in order to curb her coronavirus anxieties.

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Kayleigh Dray
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What is going on elsewhere?

Five heartwarming acts of kindness uplift spirits globally.

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People

Emily Maitlis just shut down the government’s misleading coronavirus narrative

The Newsnight presenter’s powerful 60-second speech has gone viral, for all the right reasons.

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