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There was supposed to be a ceiling above which Trump’s popular support could not climb.
Xan Rice meets the tireless Seymour Hersh to talk My Lai, pricey coffee and Bin Laden.
An ongoing challenge for analysts is to disentangle genuine skill from chance events. Some measurements are more useful than others.
The Labour leader chatted socialism with the leader of the free world.
Let’s not weep for a US trade deal.
It has been a week of departures from my usual life as a PhD student.
Experienced, business-minded, internationalist – Mr Khan possesses the qualities required of a mayor.
There is something horribly relatable about George R R Martin’s world of Westeros, whose characters have now become part of public myth.
Were Corbyn challenged, he would likely win by an equal or larger margin than last year.
Rich List landlords, apologies for Hillsborough, and Lord Baker – my unlikely Tory comrade.
The great Tory Europhile on why the UK will still join the single currency and why Thatcher would have voted to stay in the EU.
Imagine your house being raided by armed police. That’s what happened to Mumsnet’s Justine Roberts after she fell victim to an internet hoaxer.
Are we too complacent in thinking that the toxic brew of paranoia and populism that brought Hitler to power will never be repeated?
Like the heroine, the narrative feels becalmed and slightly wrong-footed in Anthony Quinn’s Freya.
Reading What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours is like settling into a roller coaster.
“Then – surprise – a pale sun picks at a slit / in the paper sky.”
Like sex, money is something that a lot of people spend a lot of time thinking about (and wanting more of). Shakespeare was no exception.
What do lovers, children, psychopaths and Terrence Malick have in common?
“I was on the scrapheap,” the Beatles bassist had thought, aged 27, when the band split up. How wrong he was.
Lynsey Hanley’s memoir Respectable: the Experience of Class attacks the sharp-elbowed bourgeoisie – but society will only be transformed by building coalitions between the middle and working classes.
Sicily: Culture and Conquest at the British Museum.
“You have to listen to Front Row, and then Today, and see how they are covering it, what’s left to do, a different angle...”
What began as the bastard child of Wes Anderson and Roald Dahl turned after four episodes into something more plangent and humane.
The challenge for any film that seeks to address the Holocaust is one of scale: László Nemes choses his canvas carefully
In recent years, some of the most beautiful moths have either died out here or are now only rare summer visitors.
In Tesco, I was struck by the presence of a paella ready-meal in the chiller cabinet.
There is a new, hairy face in the Hovel.
This is the time of the season when we all get tired. Time to break out the cliches.
Events of the past six months have shown that they do.
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