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Not realising the cause of my near-blindness, I thought that I was simply beginning to die.
No one ever changed the world by boycotting, or even burning down, a fancy-dress shop or Tex-Mex restaurant, and no one will.
In the UK, we are lucky enough to be able to visit Oscar Wilde’s prison cell and view it as a throwback.
“Isis are not just willing to die,” says one of my colleagues who survives four suicide vehicle attacks. “They want to die.”
A coming together of people from protest movements and party politics, combined with communication outside the mainstream media, could create a significant electoral challenge.
We are programmed to fear crowds, but a new style of policing shows that we shouldn’t be so worried.
A journey to the heart of Trumpland reveals what the GOP might do next.
This week, I reflect on a shared history, a cross-Channel rivalry and what it means to visit Victor Hugo.
Beyond his own vanity, there is no sense of why Mr Trump even wants to be president.
Animal-loving MPs are being discouraged from bringing their pet pooches to work.
The week in the media, including paying for a Scottish passport, the Orgreave conspiracy, and what a hound could do for Hillary.
Momentum was the engine of Jeremy Corbyn’s victory. Now a civil war is tearing it apart.
For 30 years, Frances Crook has being trying to reform Britain’s prisons. So why does change feel as far away as ever?
The folly of the masses has replaced the wisdom of crowds as the dominant theme of our politics.
"I should have cancelled but there was not a chance in hell. The shit I went through on that last tour. I have earned this grey hair."
A new book by James Sharpe investigates of our deep-rooted addiction to brutality.
From photographing "freaks" to weekend affairs, a biography of Arbus brings a new dimension to her stunning photographic legacy.
Manyika’s Goldsmiths Prize-shortlisted Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun makes a valuable case for finding delight in the pleasures of the flesh, even at – shock! – 75.
From doping at the 1936 Olympic Games to giving soldiers methamphetamine, two new books reveal the drugs that fuelled the Third Reich.
Carol's reading of the community notices reaches almost Shipping Forecast levels of non-partisanship.
What at first resembles a thriller becomes more about the complicated way art emerges. But does its film-within-a-film puzzle work?
I get all the references and recognise the cleverness of its tricksy plots – but Charlie Brooker's new series is patchier than its fans would admit.
The Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sellout on satire, offence and why Donald Trump is “like a dick pic” that can’t be deleted.
Where are our English stars of today, household names even in non-football households, whom you want to bother seeing on the telly?
At first, the rise of testosterone prescriptions might appear puzzling. But dig beneath the surface, and a different picture emerges.
It takes a kitten to set me musing on my father’s mildly bonkers habits and the quirks of heritability.
Wines from this great region often confound even the experts. But there is a solution.
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