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Theresa May’s husband of nearly 40 years is her sounding board for every significant decision and speech.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Faced with rising pupil numbers, increasingly complex needs and inherited social work from stricken councils, teachers feel profoundly neglected.
Germany’s commitment to austerity and its refusal to support fundamental reform of the euro is recklessly complacent.
The author of Winners Take All on how the “fake change” offered by billionaires such as Mark Zuckerberg perpetuates “systems of exclusion and inequality”.
I confess to having placed money on Leave as a kind of pathetic insurance policy.
Two things are guaranteed to raise a laugh with TV audiences: one is Boris Johnson, the other is Labour’s position on Brexit.
If you disappear from the scene, people will start to miss you.
What the great flood of January 1953 that devastated the East Coast and left 300 people dead can tell us about dealing with disaster.
In the context of Brexit, the identity politics of the Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Féin no longer seem quite so outlandish.
It’s not Lawrence’s novels but his fresh and forceful essays that make him a great modern writer.
After Alex Salmond was accused of sexual harassment, his protégée, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, investigated him. The fallout has destroyed their relationship – and threatens the independence movement.
The House of Commons is deadlocked, so prepare for an election – or a chaotic departure from the EU.
Pierre Bonnard painted what he remembered not what he saw, and his enigmatic pictures are ripe with the immanence of decline.
It’s less of a documentary, and more of an excuse to force Dyer to dress up in ridiculous costumes, eat disgusting food and order around his new servants.
In Van Etten’s new album, life’s mess is powerful and holding it all in your arms is a creative act.
The title has a double-meaning but I’d suggest a third: watching the film feels like having your head stuck in a…
It is a joy to hear Matt Lucas and Matthew Parris delivering facts about Mercury fast and openly, without side or line or pomposity.
Roupenian bites unsparingly into the darkest chambers of the human heart.
Obioma’s second novel is a shaggy dog story about a hapless young poultry farmer.
India’s digital revolution is being driven almost exclusively by the smartphone. But what are the effects of this love affair?
Book documents Turner moving closer and closer to Epping Forest, a site so filled with otherness and sex that locals refer to it as “Effing Forest”.
A new poem by Tarn MacArthur.
Offered the chance to see skating performed by dedicated professionals, most of Britain would rather see it done badly by someone who used to be in Westlife.
When you get into the noisy coach, though, your expectations are different. You resign yourself to pandemonium.
A new baby is better than any mindfulness app for dragging you fully into the present moment.
CBD oil, a non-psychoactive cannabis extract, has been described as “the new avocado toast… much bigger than kale, much bigger than quinoa, and much more fundamental”.
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