Books
21 January 2010
Tumours are a source of happiness. Accepting the laws of physics - or not - is a matter of personal choice. And getting...
Ideas
18 January 2010
“Why is the government anti-marriage?" the Centre for Social Justice's latest paper asks. A better question...
International Politics
15 January 2010
Click here to see the interview as it appeared in this week's magazine.How has your first year as prime minister been?...
The Staggers
14 January 2010
What with snow not being a new phenomenon, or one for which anyone can be blamed, you would have thought that there'd...
Books
11 January 2010
"The fact is that people don't read any more," sniffed Apple's Steve Jobs to the New York Times back in 2008...
Ideas
08 January 2010
Organ donation is a sticky business, as much intellectually as in the literal sense. Almost all of us would accept an...
The Staggers
08 January 2010
Our latest lookalike is a bit of a test of memory/film knowledge. So, for those who are struggling: the English actor...
The Staggers
07 January 2010
New to the magazine this week is The Chartist, Jez Burrows's take on the numbers behind the news.Guantanamo's "...
The Staggers
05 January 2010
Yesterday the Conservatives marked the launch of their election campaign by plastering locations around Britain with...
UK Politics
30 December 2009
Until recently, Jack Straw seemed relaxed about libel tourism, unconvinced there was "sufficient evidence"...
Law
17 December 2009
Strange, really, how much more glamorous "reporting corruption" sounds than "reporting anti-corruption...
UK Politics
10 December 2009
If ever there was a bad week to start talking again about extra airport runways - and not just at Heathrow, but Gatwick...
International Politics
10 December 2009
Do you, or did you, vote?Elections in Iran are not free. And as long as that is the case, voting is futile. My wish is...
Politics
10 December 2009
Before Alistair Darling had announced the one-off 50 per cent tax on bonuses over £25,000 - before he'd even stood up...

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