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The referendum on 25 September was met with pockets of violence.
The Star Wars actor discusses his role in What Shadows, Chris Hannan’s new play.
The notorious chief executive was forced to apologise for “a mess of our own making”.
Like cars and French fries, guns are everywhere in the United States.
Any decision on Catalan independence must be made in accordance with the law.
Socialists are wise to hope for the best but prepare for the worst.
The US has a murder rate between three and five times higher than other developed countries.
The cricketer has been suspended by England after a street fight in Bristol.
Ruth Davidson is popular among the grassroots, but as she is not an MP she can't stand.
In the aftermath of a fire that symbolised the social divisions in one of the world’s richest cities, the author of an acclaimed book of reportage on the area returns.
Western governments have printed trillions of dollars to boost their economies. While the asset-rich have reaped the benefits of QE, millennials and the poor have lost out.
BBC World Service asks what the revolutionary leader's family are up to.
In We Were Eight Years in Power, the author reflects on the Obama administration that gave him his break.
In Hilary Spurling's biography, as in his life, Powell is seldom centre stage.
Belonging describes how even as Europe claimed to emancipate Jews, it persecuted them.
The most radical artists of the Victorian age fixed their gaze on 15th-century Netherlands.
Her mother was the eager audience who would always devour the tiniest detail of Plath's life.
Emily Beecham's triumphant performance has notes of Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag.
Despite looking great on paper, David Simon’s new drama remains strangely uninvolving.
The 1982 film has survived seven iterations – and endless philosophical speculation.
I wonder if they will let me stay in their coop for a bit.
We have learned that a decade of higher study does not buy integrity.
Doctors allowed themselves to be reduced to automatons.
It’s just the normal midlife cocktail of domestic worries, teenage children and ongoing health issues.
This matter of homoerotic love between footballers is not a joke.
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