The silence of the climate-change deniers, subsidising Dacre’s acres, and Tristram Hunt’s silence.
Hundreds of female asylum-seekers are housed in Yarl’s Wood. They have done nothing wrong, so why are we locking them up?
Looking forward to the Scottish First Minister's NS lecture on 4 March, wondering what's gone wrong the BBC's arts programming, and remembering Stuart Hall.
The shadow health secretary on why he’s prepared to rebel.
In Andrew’s Brain by E L Doctorow, the historical and the grand meld with the ordinary and affecting in a story that also features “an international dealer in Munchkins”.
So much seemed right about this show, but it failed to deliver a grin.
The singer and guitarist Martin Simpson on the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, Pete Seeger's politics and why Mumford & Sons "bemuse" him.
Ryan Gilbey reports from the Berlin Film Festival 2014, where a viscous thriller about a soldier separated from his unit in 1970s Belfast rubs shoulders with a tender comic-drama starring John Lithgow and Alfred Molina.
No one in their right mind would ever visit a garage for the love of gastronomy, yet everybody who’s passing through seizes the opportunity to put something in their mouth.
This 16-to-17 age band can pose the most acute ethical dilemmas, as a case in my area illustrated all too starkly.
That I have lived pretty much entirely self-sufficiently for six and a half years is a matter of some astonishment.
Please, don’t tell me about your pious dry January.
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