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March in Review

Some of the top stories from March, Guido’s favourite story that month was the revelation that the Guardian App Harvests Your and Your Friends’ Facebook Data – which is what wicked AIQ and Facebook are in trouble about. Top award-winning investigative journalist Carole Cadwalladr missed that one…

Shadow Cabinet Minister: ‘Corbyn is Steeped in Anti-Semitism, We Are an Anti-Semitic Party’ Corbyn Personally Supported Multiple Anti-Semites Days Since Last Labour Anti-Semitic Incident: Zero Corbyn Accuses Tories of Being Too Close to Russia Remain Campaign Used Exactly the Same Spending Tactics As Vote Leave, Only Far Worse £1.75m-a-Year Snob Lineker Mocks “Slimey, Smelly” Fishermen Guardian Women Protest at Owen Jones: “Even the Spectator is More Feminist Than Us” Cadwalladr’s Sunday Scoop: Top Remainer Paid AIQ Draft Starmer Press Release That Shows Labour Working With Brussels

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