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Forget the Tory big beasts, David Davis’s former deputy at DexEU is the man May really fears.
Figures show that in 2017, sales of bottled water overtook those of fizzy drinks in the US.
The Labour activist and founder of Class Wargames reveals how the left is preparing for power.
Turkish parliament has been stripped of crucial functions and many state institutions dissolved.
Your weekly dose of gossip from Westminster.
Amateurish attempts to trick Tory activists has damaged her, and her party’s prospects, dramatically.
Why the likes of Nigel Farage and Piers Morgan aren’t funny any more.
Worse, the flavour of Brexit that is most popular with Conservative MPs has no significant following in the country.
Paper not only published Johnson’s Pravda-style piece but ran a summary as the front-page splash.
Why the Victorian anxieties that underlie HG Wells’s masterpiece have never gone away.
He has antagonised the EU and insulted Theresa May – while cosying up to Putin and Kim. But the US president’s threats can’t simply be ignored.
The dream of a united, integrated Europe is collapsing under the pressure of mass migration and the rise of a global populist movement.
It caused anger and unease across the West, but the meeting between the Russian president and Donald Trump was not as substantively “historic” as its protagonists may have hoped.
It’s what makes us human – but despite the best efforts of philosophy and science, the nature of our experience of reality remains elusive.
The show is a series of misdirections: a tricksy, self-conscious beast, full of sleight of hand.
Simon Russell Beale, Ben Miles and Adam Godley play a whole host of men, women, babies and a range of races at lightening pace in this theatrical triumph.
I met Lanzmann 15 years ago when I worked at the ICA in London. He brought his own temperature.
This documentary heaves with Venice Beach brats with four-figure allowances, and strippers writhing around inhundred-dollar bills.
Dead girls, wrap-around porches and enervating humidity: this crime drama is like the bastard child of Carson McCullers and Big Little Lies.
More family groups – baby boomer parents with adult children – than I have ever seen before fill Hyde Park to say goodbye to the 76-year-old.
The Scottish rapper and author on the madness of the media circuit, meeting Orwell’s son and refusing to pronounce the “t” in “latte”.
Ernaux may be a bestselling memoirist, but this is not a personal story: from occupied France to Aids, she becomes the objective, largely unseen reporter of her times.
The public is obsessed with the domestic bee, but most people don’t know how many different kinds of bee – with diverse and extraordinary capabilities – there are.
On selfies and Nabokov, Fitbit and Brexit, Scott’s book veers between the superficial and the illuminating.
The NS Poem: The Weight, in memoriam Danuta Danielsson
Leonetto Cappiello’s 1920s designs show the ambivalence of the times – perhaps of alcoholic gratification in any era.
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