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Guardian views

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The Guardian view on North Korea: apocalypse not right now Editorial Female Stars, North Korea, Reformation, Northern Ireland, The Guardian, Economics, Apocalypse, Flirting, Unity

The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: a fact-based fear | Editorial

Editorial: The Treasury’s assessment of the economic consequences of leaving Europe cannot be dismissed as scaremongering. On the contrary, it is a responsible warning

The Guardian view on Mr Corbyn’s newfound enthusiasm for Europe: a mark of more mature leadership Shattered Dreams, The Guardian, Leadership, Editorial, Europe, Strong, Country, Rural Area, Country Music

The Guardian view on Mr Corbyn’s newfound enthusiasm for Europe: a mark of more mature leadership | Editorial

Editorial: Reform and remain, that’s the strong and sensible message from Labour’s leader

The Guardian view on Jo Cox: an attack on humanity, idealism and democracy My Opinions, The Guardian, Editorial, Politics

The Guardian view on Jo Cox: an attack on humanity, idealism and democracy | Editorial

Editorial: The MP murdered on the street embodied decency and a commitment to all that humanity has in common. What a contrast with her assailant and so much that is rotten in politics

Editorial: Too much of the EU referendum debate is at best pragmatic. But the need to defend ties of scholarship, research and culture speaks to Europe’s bigger values and widened horizons Eu Referendum, The Guardian, Stand Up, Editorial, Education, Get Back Up, Onderwijs, Learning

Education and the arts are right to stand up for European ideals | Editorial

Editorial: Too much of the EU referendum debate is at best pragmatic. But the need to defend ties of scholarship, research and culture speaks to Europe’s bigger values and widened horizons

The Guardian view on the Queen’s speech: playing it safe How I Feel, How Are You Feeling, Guy Debord, Milo Yiannopoulos, Naomi Klein, Vote Leave, Barack Obama, The Guardian, Glasgow

The Guardian view on the Queen’s speech: playing it safe | Editorial

Editorial: Prison reform was the most eye-catching feature in a pre-referendum legislative programme that contained few surprises. And even here, the clarity and boldness that would be required to make a real difference was lacking

The Guardian view on a key week in the EU debate: Obama sends the right message My Opinions, The Guardian, Obama, Editorial, Messages, Key, Unique Key

The Guardian view on a key week in the EU debate: Obama sends the right message | Editorial

Editorial: The remain campaign has played two big cards this week. Britain’s debate about Europe is now much more serious than before

The Guardian view on the state of the NHS: time for a second opinion Just Be, Let It Be, Owen Jones, Get Educated, Take Back, Human Mind, Foreign Policy, Body Language, Selfish

The Guardian view on the state of the NHS: time for a second opinion

Editorial: The junior doctors’ dispute is the worst but far from the only crisis facing Jeremy Hunt in the health service. He must review his options

The Guardian view on the conduct of the referendum campaign: never edifying, occasionally shaming Election Is Over, David Cameron, Battle Of Britain, My Opinions, The Guardian, Never, Editorial, Campaign

The Guardian view on the conduct of the referendum campaign: never edifying, occasionally shaming | Editorial

Editorial: The last few weeks have seen a rift in Britain, with voters and campaigners locked into alternative narratives about the nation’s past and future. Now it’s time to start listening to each other again, and focus soberly on the future

The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: running wild risks is not British My Opinions, The Guardian, Economics, Editorial, British, Running, Keep Running, Why I Run, Finance

The Guardian view on the economics of Brexit: running wild risks is not British | Editorial

Editorial: Economists are agreed, as they never were on the euro, that quitting the EU will make Britain poorer. How strange, in an economically conservative country, that many are refusing to listen

The Guardian view on Jo Cox: a killing in context Get In The Mood, Pep Guardiola, Sports Pictures, The Guardian, Editorial, Football, This Or That Questions, Soccer, Futbol

The Guardian view on Jo Cox: a killing in context | Editorial

Editorial: After a much-admired political life, don’t ignore the hate-fuelled backdrop to this political death

The Guardian view on the leave campaign: anatomy of another elite Ian Mcewan, The Guardian, Transgender, Anatomy, My Books, Editorial, Campaign, This Or That Questions, Artistic Anatomy

The Guardian view on the leave campaign: anatomy of another elite | Editorial

Editorial: The loudest voices being raised for Brexit are rallying against the establishment. But look at their camp more closely, and you’ll spot vested interest and privilege demanding the right to run Britain to suit itself

The Guardian view on Labour and the EU: Gordon Brown’s cavalry is dangerously late Gordon Brown, Eu Referendum, My Opinions, The Guardian, Editorial

The Guardian view on Labour and the EU: Gordon Brown’s cavalry is dangerously late | Editorial

Editorial: Amid Conservative divisions, Labour votes were always going to be crucial to the remain cause. The party’s troubles over immigration make it even more difficult to turn this contest around

The Guardian view on the EU referendum: one constituency, but a messy political map Eu Referendum, Election Results, The Guardian, Connection, Editorial, Politics, Map, Location Map

The Guardian view on the EU referendum: one constituency, but a messy political map | Editorial

Editorial: Election results, like the experience of life, have been diverging across the UK. The remain campaign cannot afford to ignore this diversity, but must instead engage with all those English towns that feel left behind

Editorial opinion essay Handout: How to Write an Opinion Essay. It’s a starting point, and when you get to university your profs will expect a more complex approach to essay writing. Opinion Essay, My Opinions, Essay Writing, The Guardian, Editorial, Science, Education, Reading, University

The Guardian view on the EU debate: it’s about much more than migration | Editorial

Editorial: The leave campaign is increasingly focused on immigration alone. Labour has a vital role in ensuring that remain’s alternative focuses on wider issues

The Guardian view on the conduct of the referendum campaign: never edifying, occasionally shaming Election Is Over, David Cameron, Battle Of Britain, My Opinions, The Guardian, Never, Editorial, Campaign

The Guardian view on Tory infighting: arming for war against themselves | Editorial

Editorial: With Michael Gove and Boris Johnson pointing their guns at David Cameron over immigration, the Conservatives are risking a more general descent into civil war

The Guardian view on the Brexit debate: parliament must be heard The Guardian, Editorial, Campaign, Respect, Families, My Family, Households

The Guardian view on the Leave campaign: show some respect for truth | Editorial

Editorial: The pro-Brexit campaign is using misleading figures. It seems deliberate and they are unapologetic. They should stop the deception