Steve Hilton: ‘I’m rich, but I understand the frustrations people have’

David Camerons former blue-sky intellectual says the rise of populism is due to the super-richs inability to put themselves in the shoes of those less well off before accepting a free taxi ride and becoming lost for terms about his own wealth Steve Hiltons office lookings so typically San-Fran tech-startup that it could be the […]

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Together, we are safeguarding the Guardian’s independent journalism

More than 800,000 readers now help fund the Protector journalism a significant step in securing our future. Please join them The most important relationship the Guardian has is with its readers. Which is why, when faced with serious questions about how we might fund our journalism in this new digital era, we asked you to […]

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Steve Hilton: ‘I’m rich, but I understand the frustrations people have’

David Camerons former blue-sky thinker says the rise of populism is due to the super-richs inability to put themselves in the shoes of those less well off before accepting a free cab ride and becoming lost for words about his own wealth Steve Hiltons office looks so typically San-Fran tech-startup that it could be the […]

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Moguls Arrive in Sun Valley With Politics Overshadowing Bargains

The titans of media and technology are back in Sun Valley, Idaho, for their annual summit to plot the future of their industries, but it seems like world politics and the economy are what everyone truly wants to talk about. Take David Zaslav, whose Discovery Communications Inc. has stimulated big bets on Tv rights for […]

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Steve Hilton: ‘I’m rich, but I understand the annoyances people have’

David Camerons former blue-sky thinker says the rise of populism is due to the super-richs inability to put themselves in the shoes of those less well off before accepting a free cab ride and becoming lost for words about his own wealth Steve Hiltons office seems so typically San-Fran tech-startup that it could be the […]

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How Facebook groups bring people closer together- neo-Nazis included

Mark Zuckerbergs new mission is to bring the world closer together. But Facebook groups can unite radicals as easily as they serve hobbyists Ricky Caya was looking for something. A 43 -year-old postal service worker and father of two in Quebec, he felt unsettled and unconnected. The great social movements of the 1960 s, the […]

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Whatever your opinion on Lance Armstrong, liking his podcast is not a sin | Barry Glendenning

Forgiveness for Lance Armstrong is still a long way off but the disgraced cyclists Tour de France podcast is demonstrating popular and he is well qualified to have an sentiment on the race Opinions vary among cycling fans on just how good or bad this years Tour de France has been. With only two stages […]

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Charlie Webster out of coma after nearly dying, mother says

TV sports presenter remains in Rio hospital after contracting rare strain of malaria during charity cycle ride to Olympics Television presenter Charlie Webster nearly died after falling ill with a rare strain of malaria at the opening ceremony of the Olympics, according to her mother, shortly after completing a 3,000 mile charity ride to make […]

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