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An ongoing dispute over workers’ rights is undermining Musk’s do-good, ethical image.
In their new book, the authors of The Spirit Level, Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson, reveal the psychological cost of the income gap.
A shortcut to sleek, futuristic, hyper-masculine wealth on screen in recent years, from Mad Men to Iron Man.
It’s time to explain how the bloc, and the euro, could be run differently, democratically and sustainably.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Among BBC producers, there are those who find LBC’s interpretation of impartiality more attractive than “this person says yes, this person says no”.
There is an opportunity not just to defeat May on a customs union but to shatter the authority of her government and reset the terms of the negotiations.
Tom Mangold’s documentary, made in 1979 and just shown for the first time on BBC Four, gives a good sense of the period and why Thorpe was cleared.
Corbyn and many of his advisers are longstanding Eurosceptics but they are fully aware their only prospect of defeating the government is over Brexit.
Derek Parfit was one of the world’s most influential moral philosophers. He also took photographs, of the same places, over and over again. What was he searching for?
The centralised, neoliberal housing system first introduced by Thatcher failed to provide decent homes for low-waged people.
What do its three generations of leaders tell us about this brutal dictatorship and its prospects of a nuclear deal with Trump’s America?
For two cerebral Oxford undergraduates the obscure writings of a German thinker become a matter of life and death.
From the “Swindon experiment” and beyond, Hilary Cottam’s ideas could transform our social crisis.
In under 200 pages, Moore skilfully delivers a twisty, suspenseful story that doubles as a study of unspoken grief.
In recent years, writing about landscape has begun to confront troublesome human drive to own nature.
The untold story of Christopher Columbus’s bibliophile son.
In The Value of Everything, Mazzucato points out our flawed economic measures. But solutions are in short supply.
Reading Aickman’s strange stories is to glimpse a reality you would prefer to forget.
A new poem by John Kinsella
In this play, rape matters only for how it affects the plot – not the victim.
Old women? Talking? No men around? It’s amazing it got made at all.
Exploring a lost civilisation: a Mesolithic site at Bouldnor Cliff, which disappeared under the sea 8,000 years ago.
Two new documentaries, about Alexander McQueen and Studio 54, are caught between rejoicing in excess and mourning its effects.
I get on with my children so well perhaps because they are grateful to see exactly what they should not do in order to have a rich and happy life.
Soil, climate, people, all make a difference, along with that intangible something we can neither name nor forego.
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