The first minister risks staking her career on a second referendum that feels as far away as ever.
A visit to Sweny's chemist in Dublin, which still sells the soap Leopold Bloom buys in Ulysses, reveals those who are keeping the book alive.
Street names tell of a city's character and story, rather than simply being a function to help us get around.
I’m no Magna Carta fanboy, but many revolutionaries appropriated the document to legitimise their causes.
When I was growing up it was the Christian right that wanted things censored. Now it’s an authoritarian tendency within the left. Among my fans!
It’s easy to criticise call-out culture. It’s harder to look into your own heart and ask if you can do better.
We might fantasise about universal harmony, but vicious disagreement is not going to go away by itself. We need to learn how to disagree well.
Having sex in front of cameras is tough work. We need to discuss how much actors should be paid for it.
The Talking Heads member on curating the Southbank Centre's Meltdown festival, the unfairness of book awards, and why the best line-ups surprise.
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