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200,000 hits: The best of the best

Here are the Top 5 posts featured on uncancelled since its inception.

It’s been almost four months since uncancelled launched, and in that time we have published 160 posts for over 200,000 readers…

Here are our Top 5 posts so far:

1. Is Labour still the party of women’s rights?

At the time of writing, this Laura Marcus piece had received 14,327 hits. Marcus writes that if Labour doesn’t sort out its attitude to women’s rights before the next general election, it will be catnip for the Tories.

2. The problem with Extinction Rebellion

At the time of writing, this David Toube piece had received 12,002 hits. Toube, Director of Policy at the counter-extremist group, Quilliam, wrote a great piece for us when XR activists blockaded the printworks.

3. New York is no longer safe

At the time of writing, this Karen Bishko piece had received 7,607 hits. Singer, songwriter and NyLon socialite, Bishko explains why she fled New York and returned to London.

4. Mainstream mental health services are a disaster

At the time of writing, this Dr Sami Timimi piece had received 7,227 hits. Dr Timimi explains why mainstream mental health services are a ‘busted flush’, long past their sell-by date.

5. Antisemitism: A battle which still isn’t over

At the time of writing, this Nicole Lampert piece had received 3,538 hits. Lampert writes that the EHRC report has proved what the Jewish community and its allies have been saying for years now; Labour is an antisemitic enterprise from the top down.

Thanks to all the contributors for helping us achieve this important milestone.

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Nathan Kay

Nathan has had thousands of articles published globally and has worked for many leading publications. His work has been featured in The Mail on Sunday, CNN, MailOnline, Grazia (UK), Daily Mail, Metro (US), The Sunday People, Ahlan!, and others. He graduated with a degree in Media & Society and holds a postgraduate qualification in Psychological Therapies from Queen Mary University in London.

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