My daughter was one of four million babies born last year in the US, the most dangerous country in the developed world to give birth.
I have had to warn my ten-year-old daughter not to join in the anti-Trump conversations on her school bus; to keep her head down and avoid any political discussions. I worry for her safety.
Nearly 800 have been arrested and at least 35 people have reportedly died in the demonstrations.
Watching the 1990s sitcom reminds me that nostalgia is built on bullshit.
When he died in 1982, he was remembered in the literary world – if at all – solely as the man who “wrote that film with Michael Caine”.
The game has retained the architectural grandeur of the old structure – but it is rotting away.
Before this week, Carillion, the company that has gone into liquidation, was a relative unknown to many Brits.
As the popularity of Dunkirk and Darkest Hour show, we remain entranced by the story of Britain’s heroic resistance to Nazism and its wartime leader. What are the lessons to be learnt? And why must we keep looking back?
My Labour days are gone, repleaced by nostalgia for my time as chair of my branch in the early 1990s.
The movie looks terrific and has an air of authenticity, yet it plays fast and loose with the truth.
“Next time,” she told him, wanting to wait before having sex. “Well, if I poured you another glass of wine now, would it count as our second date?”
The Prime Minister can only blame herself for a cabinet stuffed with mediocrities.
The shadow health secretary reveals that he is interested in the idea of a new health service tax.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
The party leader’s stealthy reshuffle shows that, like the Time Lord, he can regenerate and stay the same.
The government’s carelessness has deepened the consequences of Carillion’s collapse.
The US president, for all his anti-establishment posturing, has turned out to be a servant of an oligarchy he professed to despise.
Monarchical pomp, misadventure and backroom deals.
Darker With The Lights On will send many readers skidding along the spectrum between “I don’t know what this means” and “This doesn’t mean anything”.
New books from the two writers reject the conventional collection-of-poems format.
Not only is this the first English verse translation of the poem by a woman, it is a fluid and immensely readable versification.
In Sticky Fingers, Joe Hagan has written a rollicking biography, with plentiful sex, drugs, rock’n’roll, gossip and riotous behaviour.
The family-friendly movie has become the highest-grossing film of all time in Mexico.
Over 15-weeks, Jon McGregor’s series of interconnected short stories built something powerful.
The Druids, for instance, are straight out of Shameless.
I have seen more than enough evidence to suggest that the future may well be in safe hands.
In my lifetime, football has greatly improved. But so has TV coverage.
Generation Z apparently consumes 57 per cent more tofu and 550 per cent more non-dairy milk than its millennial predecessor.
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