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The 81-year-old politician is symptomatic of the “anti-elite” animus now affecting much of the western world.
“You can’t avoid it. If Day Zero happens, Cape Town becomes a dysfunctional space.” But isn’t it already?
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
In Taleb’s universe, the fieriest circle of hell is reserved for bankers and neoconservatives.
Labour is the only major European party of the left to have advanced in recent times.
The danger of the current situation in Northern Ireland lies in the fact that Brexit is, effectively, an English nationalist project.
Facebook has packed up the media’s clothes, guitar and complete set of Bob Dylan albums and left it in the porch in the pouring rain.
Perhaps the Mail could set an example in its demands for a public apology.
Replacing the party’s general secretary with a thoroughbred Corbynite is a priority for the Labour left. The question is: who?
For a century Northern Ireland’s republican MPs have refused to take their seats at Westminster. But is it their destiny to thwart a hard Brexit and launch Jeremy Corbyn into government?
As the polar ice caps melt, Russia and China are leading the race to control the lucrative and strategically important shipping lanes and natural resources of the High North.
A striking new exhibition at Tate Britain looks afresh at the “school of London” in a period seemingly dominated by American abstract expressionism and pop art.
The NS Poem: Hineni.
A clear-sighted history of Labour’s left explores the challenges a Corbyn administration would face
Mothers contains ten sensitively executed stories that reveal Power’s studied knowledge of the history of short fiction.
Science is only now revealing some of the last mysteries of migration.
How Pakistan has played a deadly game with the US.
Pairing 25 original paintings with 25 original stories, the collaboration with his partner, the painter Rosemary Clunie, took five years to write and 10 years to paint.
Mumbai’s young Indians occupy a world of loans and get-rich-quick schemes. Are these the losers of globalisation?
From Date Night to Horrible Bosses to Bad Neighbours to Game Night. Is anyone else noticing a pattern?
Critics are calling Lynne Ramsay’s film a fresh twist on Taxi Driver. I’m afraid I can’t agree.
Plus, new Netflix documentary series Flint Town.
Amazing, really, how long our national self-deception has lasted.
Now is the perfect time to take to the bottle.
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