This week in the media, from laughing as the world order crumbles to what Tristram Hunt got wrong – and Leicester’s big fall.
The Nobel Laureate has died at the age of 90. His play The Accidental Death of an Anarchist is known for its takedown of police corruption. But for me, his power lies in his love for humanity’s failings.
He gave £1m to Ukip and spent £7.5m on the Leave campaign. He is friendly with Trump, hates Cameron and admires Putin – now he has Labour voters in his sights.
The Prime Minister's first duty was to reassure Leavers. But compromises are to come.
The former deputy prime minister is playing a central role in the campaign to force a vote on the government's Brexit plans.
Often, being "rested" means being alone, away from other people. For the elderly or housebound, being over-rested can be just as bad as being too busy.
The Labour leader's warning of a "shambolic Tory Brexit" showed he has identified his target.
Simon Reynolds’s reassessment of glam, Shock and Awe, takes us back to an era that feels eerily familiar.
The party's line is that numbers will be reduced, not that they should be.
Liam Fox is not the first Tory trade spokesman to take a jaded view of those whose vested interests the Conservative Party is supposed to promote.
Capital Without Borders by Brooke Harrington reveals a new, hidden focus for financial services: keeping family assets secure.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
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