Women should be empowered and supported within the industry, rather than being made to feel ashamed about their jobs.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Brexit won’t mean being “plunged into a Mad Max-style world”, according to David Davis.
We do too little to help the poorest ascend the education escalator to a life of more opportunity.
The founder of Souvenir Press lived a varied, fulfilling and, in many ways, thrilling life.
“As Jeremy listens to people, I’m sure he could change his mind,” says the pro-EU Corbynite.
For a minority of Labour MPs, Jeremy Corbyn’s growing hegemony and Tom Watson’s acquiescence are no laughing matter.
Business is booming in the tiny former British colony. But stories of corruption and assassination are filling the newspapers, and it may be headed for the EU’s naughty step.
A new poem by Kathleen Winter.
Feel Free: Essays portrays the boundaries of a star literary career.
Graham Robb’s The Debatable Land and Rory Stewart’s The Marches dig into the history and culture of the borderlands.
Katja Petrowskaja turns a venerable literature of commemorative, respectful wartime suffering on its head.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors' harrowing and yet uplifting work demonstrates that collective organising is the only thing that has truly changed the world for the better, and the only thing that ever will
Craig Gillespie directs with all the subtlety of a baton-wielding thug but has made one brilliant decision in Margot Robbie, who is a machine for generating empathy.
In a new social context, can a show that formally emphasises differences between straight and gay men have the same radical power?
If you intend to see Girls & Boys, don’t read this review.
Rees-Mogg, in his pinstriped shirt, is a profoundly unserious man pretending to be serious.
To think of this book as any kind of scholarly exercise is a category mistake. The purpose of Pinker’s laborious work is to reassure liberals that they are on “the right side of history”.
Plus, Wakanda has a border control system to make Theresa May swoon.
Rachel Cooke reviews Troy and 24 Hours in Police Custody.
I conned – sorry, talked – my way in, persuading the chairman that the manager had agreed, and vice versa.
Frightened, I shook my head. “Of course you do,” he grinned, opening the sack.
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