The Nobel Prize-winning economist is inspiring Labour politicians with his theory that inequalities
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great play of appointing figures from outs
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Lars von Trier’s Antichrist has provoked shock and disgust – even calls for it to be banned.
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The winner of the Caine Prize for African writing 2009
The bestselling novelist Marina Lewycka remembers the blood, sweat and tears of making a film about
Machiavelli’s name has long been a byword for all that is rotten in politics. Yet, Richard Reeves an
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