In this week’s magazine
What does England want?
24 - 30 April
Robert Tombs on how England's past moulds its future.
The Economics Essay: Robert Skidelsky on George Osborne's cunning plan.
Leader: The status quo cannot hold.
Elif Shafak remembers the Armenian Genocide, 100 years on.
Phillip Blond on Blue Labour.
Kate Mossman speaks to Bruce Hornsby.
Simon Heffer: Tory MPs remain very confident. Are they seeing things that are hidden from the pollsters?
The Diary: Sylvie Bermann on her phantom chat with Nicola Sturgeon.
George Eaton: Even if Miliband is a second-placed prime minister, it would still be a victory for Labour to savour.
Suzanne Moore: I couldn't say no when Greville Janner asked me to tea.
Will Self: Orkney - where the coastguard run amok in the cathedral and the Stinking Rich are reburied outside.
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