How the Brexit vote has reopened deep wounds of empire and belonging, and challenged the future of the United Kingdom.
The young are much better than I was at their age; more socially attuned, more quietly confident, and with a wider vocabulary. How they do this without reading books is a mystery to me.
A lifelong campaigner for peace and temperance, she said at an event for the Grove Retreat for Inebriate Women in 1913 that drink adverts should be “stopped in a Christian country”.
After more than five years of being bruised and bombed, Syrians are using the downturn in hostilities to reassert themselves – and the justness of their cause.
And maybe, given the possibility of Brexit, even apply for an Irish passport.
This New Statesman report, just signed “from an Irish correspondent”, gives a first-person account of the events of Easter 1916 in Dublin.
The Prime Minister didn't just survive the session - he enjoyed it.
In his first major speech since the general election, the former Labour leader made a vigorous social democratic case for EU membership.
The government's weakness risks merely diverting the opposition from its own.
Imaginative porntrepreneurs were starting to push the boundaries of what was acceptable, producing increasingly exotic titles such as Orgasms for the Over-Forties and Foreplay for Your Silver Wedding Anniversary.
Visa requirements are forcing hundreds of women a year to choose between abuse and deportation.
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