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Can Hollande’s upstart apprentice win the presidency?
The ghost of Enoch Powell will haunt Birmingham in the same month as Theresa May’s first Tory conference as leader.
Residents came together after the death of Arek Józwik. But judging from the racism I encountered on my visit, Harlow still has some way to go.
The MP and former minister on the pro-immigration case, her concern about Theresa May's migration policy, and why she is better at holding the government to account than Jeremy Corbyn and Labour.
Fake political news is on the rise – and reveals the power that social media has over our choices.
The US has killed Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, but the terror group remains strong.
The week in media, form the trials of Keith Vaz, Ed Balls on Strictly, and why Clegg is right about Johnson and Gove.
If you can’t handle the stress of working in a low-pay world, it is always and only your fault. It's time that presumption changed.
The Prime Minister will have to squeeze immigration from within the EU and outside of it to achieve her ambition.
What is really going on between Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox over Britain’s exit from the EU?
With its world-changing inventiveness, technology has become the force religion once was.
How a project to commemorate the victims of Anders Breivik’s island massacre divided Norway.
Goodbody was the first female director hired for a leading UK theatre, and transformed a corrugated tin hut into a hive of radical socialist theatre.
The Meaning of Cricket by Jon Hotten reveals a rich game – and isn't afraid to show its dark side.
Mosntrous Progeny invites us to reflect on two hundred years of a prolific, and horrific, creation.
Brendan King's new biography of the much-loved novelist cuts through the myth – and gets to the true sensation.
But Enough Said: What’s Gone Wrong With the Language of Politics? omits one key thing – a suggestion for what we should do.
Björk's new experiment takes music of claustrophobic unhappiness and shifts it into a relentless, dynamic world.
It's wonderful to watch a drama with no police stations or dead bodies. Plus: Motherland reviewed.
Viggo Mortensen and the rest of the cast try their best, but they're no match for a script so lacking in nuance.
The Forum: Underground looked at the increasing number of people living underground – and those exploring among the dead.
Andrew Marr on Nutshell, Ian McEwan’s reworking of Hamlet.
Dodgy hair, killer ads – and how Mourinho beat Ibrahimovic 14-4.
Was this dehydration? Heart failure? Or something much, much more simple?
I'm still unsure what the word “Brexit” actually means: withdrawal from Europe – or maybe a brand of lard?
Moles are harmless inhabitants of the British landscape but are much persecuted by man.
Apparently, bankruptcy is great – it clears your record, as it were. A bit like confession.
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