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An American conservative from the #NeverTrump movement looks ahead to the next four years.
Fabric might be reopening, but almost 45 per cent of Britain’s clubs have closed since 2005.
Plus: the adventures of Philip “Spreadsheet” Hammond’s Welsh terrier, Rex.
The presidential ambitions of the “French Thatcherite”.
Peter Wilby on class war, the reality of Trump and the secrets of Ed Balls's Strictly success.
This might be the hardest thing to digest about Trump’s presidency: not how outrageous it is, but how banal.
Faced with Brexit and a small majority, any change will be gradual.
There is a diversity crisis in British TV and film as, increasingly, stars are decamping to America to make their career there.
The street-by-street battle against Islamic State for control of Iraq’s second city.
The former prime minister on Trump, Brexit, Corbyn and his return to public life in an attempt to revive “the progressive centre”. Will anyone listen?
There is a nervous energy in her writing which drives this relatively plotless novel forward.
The Smith's star reveals little of his shared past with Morrissey in this enjoyable book which charts his later career.
An unforgettable memoir charting the Libyan-British author's homecoming after years in exile.
Andrew Marr on the work of the award-winning left-wing writer and artist at 90.
Erica Wager reviews Tim Harford's Messy: How to Be Creative and Resilient in a Tidy-Minded World.
Sex-swapping the lead role provides a fresh insight into Shakespeare's classic tragedy.
With the election of Donald Trump the power of the US gun industry is being further consolidated.
Adam Driver stars in this wry and poetic comedy.
Waldemar Januszczak thinks it was responsible for turning the British into a nation of modern-art lovers. Rachel Cooke disagrees.
Antonia Quirke tunes into Treasure Quest Extra Time on the local radio station.
So I had to go to Dhaka. To its literary festival, to be precise.
If people want to receive all their news from a single feed that reinforces their beliefs, there is little that can be done.
It’s odd how, often, wine consumed at key moments is unintentionally appropriate.
Football is a medium, and you can decide what your message is.
I grew up knowing that Dad never fought in the war: it ended just in time.
A world of sweaty gyms full of dead-eyed hard men working on how they might hurt people better.
The only woman to win a by-election in the Second World War.
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