In 1988, Marxism Today put out a list of "modern" and "new" things. Now, with the future of the left forcing us to radically rethink the "new times", the New Statesman has updated the list for 2016.
In Parliament, deals are being cut everywhere. Some are gruesome, others merely farcical.
Mr Greenaway pursued me and another girl in the class and I felt almost literary. Then my mum went and ruined everything.
The programme reminded us what "monstrous" means.
Tom Humberstone’s weekly comic.
With "anti-vaxxers" dominating the headlines, Biss's new book is a thoughtful examination of how people feel about vaccines.
The biologist-turned-atheist campaigner is sampled on the band's forthcoming Endless Forms Most Beautiful.
Sam Delaney’s Mad Men and Bad Men: What Happened when British Politics Met Advertising captures forty years of politics – through posters.
The Barbican's Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector.
The candles are everything.
We can’t disparage these actors any more than we can blame a man in a hammerless world for failing to bang a nail into the wall.
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