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Weed culture has moved away from a “stoner bro” stereotype towards a more feminised aesthetic.
A new book aims to help us deviate from the bounds of perception and awaken from habitual thought patterns.
Merkel may find it hard to stomach Trump but she will not be wishing away US military power from Europe with any relish.
A part-time football referee wants to replace the SNP's leader in Westminster.
Holly Lynch faces the strong possibility of becoming an ex-MP at the age of just 30.
Can Preet Gill fill the shoes of Labour Brexiteer Gisela Stuart?
“About the election? Why have you come here, then?” asked Mabel Hughes, a Gowerton pensioner, asks me.
Conservative MPs are asking what would happen if they were up against a different Labour leader.
Plus Labour's Brexit negotiating team and the morals of leaking about the Manchester attack.
From the Manchester bomber to Sharia4Holland – how Western terrorists become radicalised.
Corbyn has fought a spirited campaign but is he leading the party to its worst defeat since 1935?
A new poem by Anita Pati. In memoriam Norman Prowse Williams.
Chief Engineer: the Man Who Built the Brooklyn Bridge tells the story of the father and son responsible for the epic project.
Self's trilogy reflects and refracts the hideousness of our times.
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness tells the story of a middle-aged hermaphrodite, or hijra.
A new book from Thomas E Ricks explores the similarities between two 20th century mavericks.
A radio report had me up half the night performing multiple online facial recognition tests.
Kate Mosse, co-founder of the Bailey's Women's Prize for Fiction, writes the diary.
Though the actors appear to realise they’re in a comedy, they have not the slightest inkling about how to make it funny.
How one frontman died three times.
A woman who had disobeyed the regime is punished by having her right eye removed. But the plot is clairvoyant in other ways, too.
Does the episode in fact give us a rare insight into the Conservatives’ unspoken intentions for our public services?
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