Perhaps most galling for Swedes is how schools appear to be increasing inequality, rather than eroding it.
The one man who did more than anyone to make the EU referendum happen.
Plus: how an SNP MP ended up voting while wearing a wedding dress.
Young, fit, muscular men with masks, gumshields and telescopic truncheons, the Russian “elite ultras” attacked not just with drunken gusto but with well-honed, premeditated viciousness.
Britain needs to stay in the EU so that it can lead the reform of the bloc.
Twitter and Uber have also jumped on the bandwagon.
It was the free market that allowed T20 cricket to evolve. To survive, the Test game should learn from it.
Why so few women turn to Islamic extremist terror is just as interesting a question as why some men do.
Though some politicians have made long, well-argued speeches about the EU, correspondents on all channels are more interested in political tactics than policy.
The referendum debate has been long on polemic and short on facts.
The editor's note.
Whatever the result, the chasm between the party and its supporters has been exposed as never before.
Why the Western-backed assault on Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is failing.
Almost a thousand people drowned in the waters between Libya and Italy in May. Yet still more migrants come. Can anything be done, or are we experiencing a crisis without end?
The referendum debate has been long on polemic and short on facts – but we’re here to help.
“Yes – I press my nose / to the pleasantly warm glass – / it’s a copy of one I saw / cased in the cool museum”
Megan Bradbury's novel of derelict New York of the 1970s was generative even as it was falling apart, inspiring artists of all stripes.
Barbra Streisand: Redefining Beauty, Femininity and Power is an acute and sympathetic rendering of a career forged from yearning and steel.
Siddhartha Mukherjee’s book is a tourist guide to the twenty-first century’s uncharted continent, the human genome.
Although he won three Premier League titles and four FA Cups with Arsenal, Ray Parlour was capped only ten times for England.
The Raleigh Ringers, an ensemble from North Carolina that formed in 1990, exist to convince the world it needs to hear handbell music.
The idea of “grit” speaks to our deepest wishes: we all want to believe in our own limitless potential, and that of our children.
Stunning new gallery spaces have opened in London and San Francisco. But which is better – the buildings or the art?
On the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, everything is run from generators, the internet is heat-wavishly slow, and the radios mostly battery operated.
A look at Polish romcom Planeta Singli, plus Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Cemetary of Splendour.
Both Channel 4’s Interview with a Murderer and the BBC’s Koko: the Gorilla Who Talks to People exhibit disquieting storytelling methods.
We import 27 per cent of our food from the EU and 19 per cent from outside it. What would Brexit mean for our Brie?
While I’ve no truck with nirvana, I am a true believer in the power of deep absorption into the spirit of a place.
Lord, has the political sky been foul lately.
I rarely give any sort of present to anybody, because I am traumatised by the memory of the terrible damage a poorly thought-out present can cause.
I still have my diary from that summer and a quick glance at it reveals exactly how dedicated I was to my studies.
In the 1950s, Van der Elst sued her Polish cook for stealing rugs.
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