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Silicon Valley economics allow the company to back shows that might not find a home elsewhere.
The author and journalist asks: would any of my Senecans have backed Brexit?
The New York Times columnist rejects Trumpism – but understands what has enabled it.
Independence now appears impossible – and some of the autonomy that the region once enjoyed is gone, too.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
We should be wary of leaping from one simple narrative to the next.
Rather than minimising the strife and stress that low earners face, the government is intensifying it.
Military recruitment literature presents service careers as opportunities for adventure.
The Tories have a young-people problem – the problem being that young people hate them.
The tech giant could turn off its taps and whole news outlets would die of thirst.
In the face of populist fantasists and authoritarians, we must draw inspiration from Cicero and Jefferson and reaffirm the wonders of democracy.
The UK is too unbalanced, too unproductive and too unequal. To this amalgam of woes, a new menace has been added: EU withdrawal.
A new poem by Siriol Troup.
There’s a pleasing, utterly unself-pitying sense of anger in this collection of essays.
A powerful New York management consultant turns her hand to composing.
Russell Brand, Sarah Millican, Simon Amstell and Marc Maron tackle mental health in their new memoirs.
Anyone who knows the history of The Book of Disquiet will know what a bold claim completeness is.
To those who would oppose us, I would simply say: we are many. We are worldwide. We, in fact, outnumber you.
Aided by meterologists, the author embarked on a series of “wind-walks”.
The V&A's exhibition is not only a celebration, but a cause for celebration.
Anno Dracula 1899 and Kim Newman's Video Dungeon are complex, funny and full of hyper-accurate references.
Luca Guadagnino is an intensely sensual director, but he knows how to undercut a moment.
For all its virtues, this show is nasty in many of the same ways as the BBC’s The Fall.
The charisma of the Netflix show’s young cast is still irresistable.
The former Labour leader is prone to saying, “Oh, crumbs,” and paraphrasing slave abolitionists.
Using starkly different tones, they eventually come to the same conclusion.
I am not in the mood for company – or for nutjobs who voted for Brexit.
Fear and anger are very close cousins.
I constantly fall by the wayside on walks, drawn to an insignificant rock plant growing in the cracks of a garden wall.
For a brief, fleeting moment many years ago I created an environment in which she flourished as a writer.
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