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Handing out the gongs.
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Breaking Bad’s power lies in its chilling vision of a society in thrall to the market.
From the artist Margaret Keane, the subject of the new Tim Burton film Big Eyes, to Courtney Love and Mary Shelley, our society is always ready and willing to listen to denials of female authorship, even where they are based on the flimsiest of evidence.
Lord Sugar’s rather laboured hunt for a new business partner finally finishes.
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