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How the Argentinian has transformed Leeds United’s fortunes.
As the country is held hostage by an intransigent president, federal government workers have been forced to resort to food banks.
By combining radical economics with patriotism, the party has made itself the favourite to win this May’s general election.
The EU’s institutions are an innate obstacle to building a socialist economy.
Getting men to admit vulnerability is difficult, so if part of the answer is to have trained killers talking about mental health problems on TV, then so be it.
Her appalling conduct of the negotiations prove she is unequal to the task of leading the country and there is no obvious purpose served by her staying in No 10.
America is undeniably becoming weaker under Trump’s presidency – isn’t that what we’ve always wanted?
They can’t all be right. Someone in this queue is an idiot. But who?
In 1982 Britain was as racked by doubt and division as it is today. But a short conflict on the other side of the world changed everything.
Michel Houellebecq’s seventh novel sold 90,000 copies within the first three days of publication on 4 January. At the same time he was awarded the Légion d’Honneur.
Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen made giving fashionable – but not all their fellow tech entrepreneurs share the same high moral purpose.
Since it was announced in 2010, the project to transform the benefits system has been beset by problems. What is going wrong?
After the Leave vote, there were never any attractive or comfortable options for the UK.
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Ball may be manic, but she’s inherently relaxed.
It is inconceivable that anyone unfamiliar with the work could have the slightest idea what is going on.
Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it does.
Yet what was it all for? Most people can only name one Bros song.
Spells: 21st-Century Occult Poetry argues that poems are spells.
The author of The Football Factory charts the tribulations of a lonely, middle-aged animal rights militant.
The Great Wide Open reads like an old friend recounting a tale over dinner.
Whatever else we think of them, women who reject monogamy are brave.
The events behind the short-lived writers’ revolution in Germany in 1918.
An entire peasant class was removed to make way for sheep. But this was not confined to the Highlands – it occurred the length and breadth of the country.
From Roxy Music to Florence and the Machine, a new book chronicles the long, fertile and symbiotic relationship between pop music and the art schools
He is one of nature’s prefects. It’s hard to imagine him as young and daft and foolish, doing really stupid things.
Could such nectar be? I had asked myself. Until then my life in beer had been the wasteland of fizzy, bland keg stuff.
The ring-fenced £22.5bn over five years is less than the service needs simply to stand still, let alone make up for a decade of cuts.
The birthday of the 18th-century Scottish poet Robert Burns is a fine excuse to blend good Scotch, strong words and the peculiar northern fare so friendly to both.
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