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In January 2016, Waters launched Pegida UK with former EDL frontman Steven Yaxley-Lennon (aka Tommy Robinson).
Locals fear a bitter far right will return.
Few politicians are prepared to back a policy of free movement everywhere. Perhaps they should.
How the writings of an Athenian general predict a grim end to the war of words between Donald Trump and North Korea.
As an open-minded republican, two things struck me.
Stopping Brexit may prove an impossible task. Remainers are looking to the "Article 49 strategy": reapplying for EU membership.
One of the British Army’s first openly gay soldiers reveals how he became trapped in a weekend world of drug and sex parties.
More than 1,100 rhinos were killed for their horns in Africa in 2016. Quasi-military conservation units are trying to stop the slaughter.
Sidney Alford used to blow things up in his garage. Now his expertise is helping save lives.
A romantic who craved stability, the English comedian Stan Laurel led a Hollywood love life as chaotic as his films’ plots
The crime writer on her heroes, joining a band and winning Mastermind.
Megan Hunter's fictional apocalypse is a tender one.
A new poem by Jo-Ella Sarich.
Black and British: A Forgotten History addresses one of the greatest silences in British historiography.
From flying carpets to rocket men, we have always dreamed of defying gravity
Story of author's time with his family in the island nation details a political awakening.
Despite its idiosyncrasies we need more books like it.
The author's lustrous and smart fourth novel never quite coalesces into purposeful significance.
Fiona Mozley’s debut novel digs deep into the psycho-geology of Yorkshire.
A new book charts the decades-long search to measure gravitational waves.
Giacometti’s life is glimpsed in revealing shards.
Perhaps the greatest surprise is how much like the old Kesha Rainbow sounds.
Meanwhile Bake Off squares up to the BBC's new Family Cooking Showdown.
The Portuguese blues has soul but isn't sad.
The late singer made a trade of music, and made it look easy.
The joy of debuting a new series, Rupert Murdoch's squeamishness and a sting in the tail.
During his visit I realised I had an awkward duty facing me.
Doctors are used to contending with Google. Sometimes the search engine wins.
There is no such thing as room temperature: there are simply different rooms.
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