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Top Gear is finished
Emmanuel Macron is running out of options
TikTok’s CEO testified before the US Congress. It did not go well
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Will the SNP be swept away by Scottish Labour?
Boris Johnson can roar, but Rishi Sunak has no reason to fear him
Kim Leadbeater is championing a kinder, healthier politics
Rishi Sunak’s “epoch-defining” defence strategy needs to be more than a label
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Why the Dutch are revolting
The US is readying itself for another moral crusade, this time against China
After Iraq: the great unravelling
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Victoria Bateman: “I use my naked body to try and subvert things”
The feminist case against progress
The history of the American South is as contested as ever
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What would happen if everyone knew your salary?
Silicon Valley Bank unmasks the hypocrisy of libertarian tech bros
Britain’s GDP figures are a fudge that hides the true state of our economy
Is Brexit to blame for the UK’s tomato shortage?
Right or left? How we solve the cost-of-living crisis
The Policy Ask with Charlotte Alldritt: “There can be no going back on childcare reform”
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How Wales could save the world
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