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In 2013, the Pirate Party won three of Iceland’s 63 parliamentary seats. The trick? A broad, radical policy.
Her modest swimsuit divided France, but for self-described "Aussie chick" Zanetti, the burkini has made her – and her teenage daughters – feel freer.
This week in the media, from Apple’s tax liabilities to Jeremy Paxman’s run-in with the “virtual corpses”.
If Corbyn is an unstoppable force, Watson is an immovable object as Labour’s directly elected deputy
The political gulf between the generations is growing. Could Brexit be the final nail in the coffin?
In the 2015 election there was an 11.2 per cent swing to Ukip in Wales. In Newport, the signs are there that Labour should be very, very worried.
Without a solution to the Syrian war, world order will continue to crumble.
The prize? A year’s salary on the minimum wage.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury considers the complicated “traitor” revealed in Amos Oz’s new novel, Judas.
Deeply disturbing things have happened during the Putin years in Russia, but his gamble has paid off.
For lessons on how to run the economy, we should look to the Premier League, not Team GB.
The Prime Minister is determined to win respect as a straight-talking leader.
As the civil war rages on, Syria has become a theatre for great-power rivalry, with Russia and Iran turning cynical opportunism into high policy.
Psychology shows us that it can be difficult to admit our errors – so five writers show us how it’s done.
Every time I entered TV Centre or Broadcasting House, I was subject to the vagaries of the corporation’s security staff.
The would-be President's delusions are taken straight from the cheapest Hollywood flicks.
John Bew's new book is a curiously coy biography of a man brought down by his lack of imagination.
The Kingdom of Speech takes on Noam Chomsky and Charles Darwin in its theories about the evolution of language.
Angels With Dirty Faces: the Footballing History of Argentina takes us behind the psychodrama.
At age 17, Kenneh-Mason is the first black winner of the Young Musician award. Can the cellist bring something new to classical music?
The final novel of Jay McInerney's trilogy defies none of the criticisms levelled at his writing – but its infectious sense of fun is undeniable.
Tim Minchin’s Groundhog Day uses its own predictability to great effect.
Queen Victoria is given the bodice-ripping treatment in ITV's new drama, but it's not as fluffy as Downton – yet.
The script for Allen’s Café Society is predictable, but Stewart's acting is glorious.
Bragg's new series is an Ozone-fresh take on an old topic.
"As a mother", I know Calpol dosages and revision guidelines. That doesn't mean I have a bigger stake in our society's future.
The vineyards of Campania roll across the landscape around Vesuvius, allowing for a beautiful resurrection.
I suppose that, as midlife crises go, what I did was better than buying a motorbike.
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