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The Labour MP for Birmingham Yardley takes us through her week.
She issued a scathing denunciation of the “flawed and very limited” Iran nuclear deal.
Much of the left still must learn that the existing British state is the prison of their hopes.
The Foreign Secretary demeans a great office of state with his carelessness and posturing.
The sport, both real and dramatised, is now seen as a way to reach new markets.
This was the language of a propagandist, not a newspaper.
“Bilge from London Fashion Week on a day when North Korea fired another missile over Japan.”
The hardest thing to build into any benefits IT project is common sense.
Her weary “Boris is Boris” remark after his intervention suggests she couldn’t care less.
How a new generation of radical activists have set up their own news sites to take on the established press.
The decade-long tale of how Jeremy Corbyn and his allies overcame repeated defeat and ridicule to win control of Labour and transform British politics.
In a candid interview, the First Minister discusses Theresa May’s coldness, Brexit and tax rises – and why she doesn't know when a second referendum will be held.
Nicole Krauss's novel is defiantly and brilliantly novel.
For some, it’s simply not Christmas if there isn’t a special viewing of The Holiday.
Like the issues Richard Florida identifies, his solutions are many, varied and intimidating.
What iron she has: a tenacity I would order by the case-load if only she’d bottle it.
Jenny Uglow's Mr Lear: A Life of Art and Nonsense illuminates the poet and painter's life through his work.
Carlo Bonini and Giancarlo De Cataldo have written a blistering, grimly absorbing satire.
Author Malachi O’Doherty has been an unsparing critic of IRA violence in the past.
Host Cole Cuchna describes it as “long-form musical analysis broken into short digestible episodes”.
The film concludes that these superficially dissimilar players are really the same underneath.
Netflix billed the show as a true-crime binge-watch – but its narrative arc is the opposite of cathartic.
Two decades ago, he captured the dark side of Cool Britannia and was set for global stardom. What happened?
Those asking why she blames everyone but herself for Donald Trump clearly haven't read the book.
I gather going about town without some permanent disfiguration is frowned upon here.
Sometimes medicine goes according to the textbooks. Many more times, it does not.
We won’t mention England.
And remember, every one of those legs and arms can think, smell and taste...
Every second is designed to be pleasing, so that by the end my face aches from all the smiling.
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