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It’s a measure of how far Australian conservatism has turned towards the Trumpian that Morrison was considered the mainstream candidate.
“If people had a chance to come to a place like this, they could get away from their life on the streets.”
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
The UK’s former chief rabbi addresses morality, Israel and Labour’s anti-Semitism problem.
The image of Vince Cable next to the phrase at conference will be particularly painful to party staffers.
It was to stop what were often essentially protection rackets that Robert Peel founded the Metropolitan Police.
The philosopher was appropriated by the Nazis and now influences the alt-right. Is he doomed to be abused and misunderstood?
From Brexit rage to Labour in-fighting, we are seeing the effect of distrust, disrespect – and the polarising power of the internet.
It’s hard to understand how the Man Booker judges could have deemed Snap to be of sufficient depth or imagination to merit its inclusion.
The longlisted debut novelists range from an established poet to a first-time author.
A flawed novel, but a fascinating one all the same.
Grande has lifted the weight of the Manchester terror attack with a collection of gloriously oddball, career-changing pop songs.
But there is something to be said for the film’s R-rated action.
Yet in charting a doomed romance shaped by political upheavals, the film seems not to lay the necessary groundwork for its conclusion.
Just as you think the BBC drama is on the point of quietening a little, up it would ratchet another notch.
The moving Radio 4 programmes tell of the theatrically “gladiatorial” designs of British prisons, and the heart-wrenching stories of Auschwitz survivors.
The global rich now move their money, their assets and themselves wherever they wish, choosing which countries’ laws they wish to live by. Britain is welcoming them with open arms.
The stories of the thousands who came to Britain from the colonies and the occupied nations of Europe during World War II have often been marginalised and forgotten.
As the coalition-era reforms falter and fail, some teachers are looking to the future, not to the past, for education inspiration.
Jean Moorcroft Wilson’s new biography convincingly makes the case for Graves as a major war poet, however much he attempted to escape that role.
The remarkable story of how John Law transformed the French economy after establishing a national bank.
All last season, according to Steve, everything was nice – nice goal, nice pass, nice cup of tea at half-time.
My youngest, aged 17, breezed off to catch the train to the Fringe, relaxed and insouciant, “It’ll be fine, Mum”.
There are two things to know about Neasden: it has always been a shithole, but the demolition of nearly all its pubs has made it worse.
Fermented long enough, Kombucha generates a mind-blowing 2 per cent alcohol – sparking US hysteria and a product recall in 2010.
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