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When millennial women opened Instagram they were met with “feminist” influencers posting from the show, describing how “empowered” they felt.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Conspiracy and modern anti-Semitism are deeply irrational world-views that developed in tandem and are almost impossible to disentangle.
Only the top 5 per cent will pay more. The left has the chance to build a majoritarian base for a radical programme.
Either his team did not feel confident enough to mention the coat, or they did – and he ignored them.
Now I was going to stay at the BBC, I had to do an intensive and radical rewrite of my novel, sharpish.
Labour backbenchers know the fate of the country is in their hands – and that rolling the dice has potentially huge risks.
The “other” Johnson sibling’s introduction of the TEF for universities has created a hollowed-out, managerial culture for those in academia.
Hilary Mantel, Andrew Marr, Francis Fukuyama, Michael Sandel, Nicola Sturgeon, Clive James and many others choose their books of the year.
As a precocious tabloid editor, bullish presenter, friend of Trump and Twitter provocateur, Morgan has found the fame he dreamed of. But is there anything beneath the oily exterior?
Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees-Mogg and their allies propagate a confused nostalgic fantasy of “global Britain”, wartime heroism and an English struggle for liberty.
Don’t be duped by anyone selling Outlaw King as earnest political drama: it’s silly, over the top and absurd.
Like Bennett as a playwright, the play has deepened with time.
Plus: The Coen Brothers’ The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.
Plus: Running Wild with Bear Grylls.
After four dogged and varied years of programming BBC Radio’s First World War commemorative contributions came to an end this week.
“Would you mind if I put you on hold, please? I need to talk to someone about this.” I get this a lot.
The the 5p charge introduced in 2015 has been spectacularly successful, plastic bag consumption has fallen by 85 per cent, and £58m has been donated to good causes.
A Tesco spokesman tells me the company hasn’t sold them for “many, many years”.
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