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“Germany for many years refused to take responsibility for the Second World War.”
The rise of progressive taxation has coincided with the rise of the super-rich.
“The only way to secure our place in the EU,” she notes, “is a change in public opinion.”
Why is the cycling champion of his generation so underappreciated?
A year is a long time where the GQ Men of the Year Awards are concerned.
The left must be more than a rainbow coalition of disaffected groups or identity interests.
“Prayer should always be a first resort,” said Florida's Republican governor Rick Scott.
The eager Blair-bashers of the left are following a line encouraged by the right: that the sin of Iraq is all we should remember of the New Labour era.
“The government is like a doughnut,” says one MP. “It has no centre”.
People don’t like to be reminded of their own moral relativism when their homes are underwater.
As Angela Merkel campaigns for re-election, the balance of power in Europe is changing.
This partisan, divisive form of liberalism alienated the working class and helped create the conditions for the rise of Donald Trump.
At times, the novel seems to owe as much to Dostoevsky as to the epics of the long-distant past.
Zoë Lescaze's book is a hulking great sauropod.
The writer explores the rise of class warfare in Victorian Britain.
Psychoanalyst and former cricketer Mike Brearley asks this intriguing question.
Anna Lotterud’s brand and sound are deeply Norwegian.
Tales from the piano bars of Capitol Hill.
Finally, Sondheim's most difficult musical is done right.
This spectacular film has a mood of Buñuelian wickedness.
In this Tate Britain exhibition, the mood that her pieces transmit is one of contemplative silence.
BBC World Service tells the story of a fake.
The two shows are going out on the same night, in the same slot, on BBC One and ITV.
The story of one of the most famous, infamous and beloved Irish novels of the 20th century.
What was I doing, dismissing him with maximal curtness – and not caring?
From agriculture and art to our emotional and psychological weather.
I have continued to fork out knowing only too well I am being taken advantage of.
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