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The Oxford University professor and author of The Future of Capitalism on how to heal deep rifts in society.
To defeat a resurgent right, we need rupture, not syrupy memoirs on a better yesterday.
Despite one-dimensional media coverage, Foster is no theocrat – and is the only politician whom Paxman has subjected to a sympathetic line of questioning.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Whatever its future in England, fracking has already left a troubled legacy and created a new type of activist.
Rough sleeping is only the most visible symptom of a larger crisis.
Debating Jeremy Corbyn is a lose-lose gamble for Theresa May.
Nearly half of Trump’s voters think that global warming is a hoax “invented to deceive people”.
Two of our greatest thinkers tackle humanity’s key questions.
Populism succeeds by separating us into “the people” and “the corrupt elite” – but its causes are deeper and more complicated than we realise.
After a long period of economic expansion, a slowdown has begun. But in an era of high debt and low interest rates, states have little ammunition to deploy.
The Danes are considered to be among the happiest people in the world. But they can be clannish – and demographic change has unsettled many
Free marketeers believed that EU withdrawal could be used as a Trojan horse to impose a new economic model on the UK. But this was always a fantasy.
Marina Benjamin explores the semiotics of sleep and its absence.
Most languages are littered with references to the heart as the seat of the soul and emotion. This is not entirely surprising.
The show reveals, to moving effect, how humans rely on dogs for more than just companionship.
It’s the director’s first film since Gravity – and there are deeper connections between these superficially dissimilar movies.
Plus: David Attenborough’s Dynasties.
The station’s latest campaign attempts to tackle the spread and rise of fake news.
I’m sure I’m not the only woman for whom Héloïse Letissier stirs up a half-forgotten feeling of wanting to be a boy.
Her sister had come with her to surgery. We exchanged a glance.
It’s perhaps not an ideal routine, and one that may owe something to mild depression.
I may not choose to eat turkey but since we do, I can I have fun choosing what everyone drinks.
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