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Eleanor Longman-Rood

Starmer vs Sunak: what about the young?

The poor format with two bickering leaders did little to win over younger voters

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Ukraine’s Roma refugees are being locked out of Hungary’s healthcare system

A new report by EMMA Association has highlighted the discrimination Romani women have faced after fleeing the war

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The routes of Ukraine’s uprooted

Photographer Polly Braden has spent two years following the lives of Ukrainian women and children displaced by Putin’s invasion

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Could the UK’s young people get freedom of movement in Europe?

An EU advisory body has urged Britain to rejoin the Erasmus scheme - but its hopes are even more ambitious

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Bridging the UK’s gender pain gap

In Britain, women with a health condition can sit in medical purgatory awaiting a diagnosis for up to three years. I’m one of them

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Nearly half of 2019 Tory voters want closer ties with the EU, according to new poll

And 17% of those who backed Boris Johnson now say we should rejoin the bloc

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It’s a “dark day” for young people: The British Youth Council has closed

A cash crisis and post-Brexit changes mean another blow for the UK’s youth sector

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No white flags: Why these Ukrainian women won’t stop dreaming of victory against Russia

Pope Francis may have called for a settlement, but those who have lived through the invasion are standing firm

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The illogical war on international students

Despite the government’s best efforts, international students still want to study in the UK

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Review: Society of the Snow is worth the nightmares

In JA Bayona, the survivors of the 1972 crash of Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 had the right man to tell their story

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Are there any new stories left to tell?

In 2024 producers will take old plots, tropes and characters out for a new spin

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A Small Light shines on the year’s TV

The story of Anne Frank is known far and wide, but this was a fresh look at an already well-examined period of history

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The Turing Scheme is no replacement for Erasmus

The Young European Movement has launched a campaign urging the UK government to rejoin the EU’s study-abroad project

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Christmas drinks just got more expensive, thanks to Brexit

Industry experts are warning that wines are ‘up £3 a bottle’ since the UK’s departure from the bloc

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A Nearly Normal Family asks the right questions on sexual assault

The new Swedish series boasts a plot fuelled with murder, trials and reasons why women aren’t believed when they come forward

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The autumn statement shows Britain can’t afford Brexit

Jeremy Hunt’s tinkering won’t kickstart growth or make up for the cost of leaving the EU

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The British businesses being strangled by Brexit red tape

Nearly three-quarters of UK firms say leaving the EU has affected them “very negatively”

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Ukrainian women are risking their lives to head home for better reproductive healthcare

They fled Putin’s invasion - but now lack of access and racism are forcing women to head back towards the conflict

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Light must be shed on dark money’s presence in politics, new report says

Nearly 60% demand more details of how think tanks are funded - and findings show right wingers are less transparent than those on the left

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Brexit brings unattractive news for the beauty sector

A new report claims leaving the EU has created a £850m drop in the industry’s exports to Europe

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Northern Ireland’s Gen Z want their government back

The children of the Good Friday Agreement are tired of living in a ‘broken system’

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“Russian money has completely corrupted the British establishment”: Bill Browder on the Kremlin’s influence over Brexit and a Russia without Putin

The US investor and prominent anti-Putin activist is gloomy about the likelihood of ousting the dictator

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Why has Sir Ed Davey got no appetite for Brexit?

The Lib Dem leader says rejoining the European Union is currently off the table

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The Gen Z Brexit brain drain

The cost-of-living crisis and Brexit are pushing young people out of the UK – especially those originally from mainland Europe

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TV Review: For one Roma woman, avoiding infamy comes at a price

A new Netflix drama sees a 17-year-old Polish migrant return from exile in Wales to battle racism, sexism and Romany traditions

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South African history comes to French TikTok

Thanks to French singer-songwriter Jain, the life of Miriam Makeba has had a recent renaissance on social media

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Boris Johnson’s “oven-ready Brexit deal” made one manufacturer open 27 different bank accounts just to export to the EU

New report says the Trade and Cooperation Agreement caused “significant disruption”, increased costs and bureaucratic headaches

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The bitter taste of Brexit bursts the craft beer industry’s bubble

New trading arrangements, as well as the pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis, have forced brewers out of business

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Priti Patel brands her old department “secretive and evasive”

Tory in-fighting shows no signs of halting as Patel takes aim at her successor’s plans to house asylum seekers within spitting distance from her own constituency

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André de Freitas takes Portuguese laughs to Edinburgh

Portuguese comedian André De Freitas is on a mission to put his country on the map, one joke at a time

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Iain Dale and Zac Goldsmith may be switching sides. Is the country next?

The Tories are losing their loyalists and they’re running straight into Labour’s arms

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Brexit Britain’s Got No Talent: Visa scheme gets just three applicants

The ‘brightest and best’ have failed to arrive. What could have put them off?

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