How the Guardian covered 2021: a year of Covid, Cop26 and sporting triumphs


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How the Guardian covered 2021: a year of Covid, Cop26 and sporting triumphs



2021 was another extraordinary period for news and investigations, in the Guardian’s 200th anniversary year.
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Twelve months of Covid stories ranged from the hope of vaccination through to government mismanagement. It was also the year of Cop26, with world leaders and activists gathering in an attempt to slow the climate crisis. There were protests against injustice, including those about violence against women in the UK. It was also a year of global political shifts, not least in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, it was a year of sporting inspiration in Euro 2020, the Olympics, and Emma Raducanu’s improbable US Open victory. Here are some of the highlights of our journalism over that time.

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  1. It was the American public waking up to the shambolic Biden administration. It was Kyle Rittenhouse getting the right result, it was the continued lawlessness taking place all over the States (particularly the Dem states)it was a BLM activist getting shot in the head in an act of black on black crime. It was so many other things you choose not to report because they don’t suit your narrative.

  2. Guardian Group is owned by the Scott Trust Ltd which they claim has "been protecting the Guardian’s financial and editorial independence since its inception". Really? No not really… Scott Trust board members have deep ties to HSBC and during the Treasury Select Committee meeting on 15th February, it emerged that the newspaper that styles itself as the world’s “leading liberal voice” happens to be the biggest recipient of HSBC advertising revenue. Like all the major UK media outlets they are embedded in the corporate world, and therefore incapable of fulfilling their self-declared role as watchdog against abuses by the powerful.