Daniel Trilling is the Editor of New Humanist magazine. He was formerly an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman.

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Books
11 September 2006
Roddy Doyle is best known for his novel The Commitments, an anarchic tale of an up-and-coming Dublin band. But even the...
Ideas
11 September 2006
The English language is - how shall I put this? - somewhat unreliable when it comes to getting to the point. Indeed,...
Music and Performance
04 September 2006
Alongside greasy spoons and the grimy back rooms of local pubs, independent record shops occupy a position at the heart...
Books
21 August 2006
Books about national stereotypes are a dodgy, if lucrative, business. Throw together a few clichés about garlic and...
UK Politics
21 August 2006
They're small, noisy and, well, kind of silly, but mini-motorbikes, or Monkey Bikes, as they're popularly known, are a...
Books
07 August 2006
No longer the preserve of 11-year-old Spiderman fans (nothing wrong with that, of course), comic books have in recent...
Books
31 July 2006
If you've ever had the feeling that Tony Blair has been replaced by a gormless automaton, then this might be the novel...
Books
24 July 2006
When archaeologists look back on the late 20th and early 21st centuries, they will scratch their beards and puzzle over...
Books
24 July 2006
The US can be a hard place to understand. How can a nation founded on the promise of freedom and justice for all be so...

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