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The Dutch thinker advocates global open borders, a universal basic income and a 15-hour working week.
App designers manipulate the way our brains work to keep us hooked.
Experts fear Tokyo’s flood defences are not enough to avoid calamity.
The powerful younger sister of Kim Jong-un caused a stir at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
The scandal will surely mean be an excuse for Tories to retire their hearts.
Corbyn’s survival brings new vitality to the Tory extreme: Labour are doing it, perhaps we should too.
They lie because they are frightened: of the press, of their own party members, of killing their own ambitions, of a rising tide of thoughtless populism.
A Brexit ultra and profound reactionary, the eccentric MP is a strong contender to be the next prime minister. How dangerous is he?
The French president has a vision to lead the deadlocked EU out of crisis and towards greater integration. But can he carry the rest of the bloc with him, especially the troubled Germans?
How Donald Trump epitomises and supercharges white American tribalism.
Afua Hirsch’s memoir Brit(ish) adds a new chapter to the body of work on race in the UK
In these fictions, the future has caught up with “those of gender-fluid persuasions”.
A new book argues that Britain is far from the “neoliberal nightmare” decried by Corbynites.
Every woman in this book deserves a biography of her own.
Greta Gerwig’s light touch avoids cliché and gives everything the smell of fresh laundry.
With ultimate goals of putting humans on Mars, the pace of innovation in space flight is amazingly fast.
For a young child whose blackness is more important to them than mine was to me, the film will be a seminal moment.
This radio show has none of the tendentiousness, mysticism and arrogance of the “wandering about talking” form.
The writers of McMafia could learn a lot from David Hare’s new drama.
It has always struck me as odd that one of the most fundamental of human needs is one of the most expensive.
Ony when enough hospitals shut down, and do so often, will those with true responsibility properly resource the NHS.
Wine, that much-touted national product, turns out to be an unhelpful symbol for patriots.
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