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Its message remains as defiant as ever.
Voters want both freedom and security.
The supreme court ruling was unprecedented in Africa.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
The Nobel Prize-winning author's strange, restrained fictions are political in the best sense.
Humans do not always make rational choices.
He might have been a rebel in parliament but he is a loyalist when it comes to his team.
Interrogating decision-makers is still what journalism needs to do.
But a contest, when it happens, must be swift.
The group of Conservative backbenchers can determine a Tory leader’s fate before the electorate has a chance.
Many in her inner circle were disdainful of libertarian free market dogmas.
We need new words to describe the political landscape, but “centrist” is deliberately vague – and therefore useless.
Suddenly there was a buzzing overhead, followed by two loud explosions. It was an IS drone, dropping grenades.
When politics is built on fictions, it’s fiction that can help us get to truth.
How the beleagured premier has been left exposed as the Tories are devastated by the Brexit plague.
Jenny Erpenbeck's book underscores the logical inconsistencies of European border laws.
A new poem by Kathryn Simmonds.
An Odyssey shows that if any subject can dissolve their differences, it is Classics.
Francis O’Gorman believes the systematic devaluation of the past began in earnest in the 19th century.
Rachel Hewitt's book is fuelled by vim and vigour.
Characters boldly sing about their psychological flaws and emotional dependencies.
Author Robert Harris should know that less is more.
The film may be produced by Netflix, but it is deeply cinematic.
When the attacker began blankly spinning his lies in the interview room, you felt only numb.
BBC Radio 4 dramatises journalist John Reed's account of the Russian Revolution.
When I switched off the bedside light, everything went black.
It is a reflection of the human condition.
Humankind has come a long way from caveman days.
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