The unlikely crossover between Corbyn supporters and Millwall fans.
In the years since the end of the north-south war in 2005 a generation of South Sudanese had begun to grow up not knowing fighting. Now that is ended.
“I’ve seen enough men die,” said the Colonel Bob Stewart, “without being told I must show I care on TV.”
The new machine is designed to release energy in the same manner as the atoms in the sun.
The “superforecasters” who show remarkable proficiency in answering big geopolitical questions - despite their lack of knowledge.
When I started in journalism in the 1960s, only the top tabloid stars of old Fleet Street rated a photograph above their work. Now everyone has a mugshot.
Globalisation has certainly benefited Britain, but one must acknowledge, too, just how many it has left behind.
The Irish writer Edna O’Brien, soon to celebrate her 85th birthday, reflects on four years spent in the company of tyrants.
Nadya Tolokonnikova, of female punk protest collective Pussy Riot, on the danger of UK conservatism, living in Moscow, and how the middle-class anti-Putin movement is waning.
And so to the Frankfurt Book Fair.
The peers' welcome intervention in tax credits cannot disguise that the Lords is an anachronism.
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