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Above all, December’s general election will determine whether the UK leaves the EU after 46 years of engagement with the European project.
He faces a Conservative campaign with greater unity of purpose, message discipline and policy cohesion.
How do you harness the strength of that young ex-offender on behalf of his city?
In practice, significant constitutional laws have passed unaccompanied by either an election or referendum.
The Butcher Boy, published in 1992, was a turning point for Irish literature.
Far from swallowing it up in apathy, the Japanese have thrown open their arms and welcomed the World Cup into their midst.
Deepening lines of communication and funding are creating the kind of loose, nefarious networks that once haunted the far-right’s fever-dreams.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Klein, who has done more to popularise the inseparability of capitalism and climate change than perhaps any other author, talks Extinction Rebellion and mainstream environmentalism.
Once respected for its wide-ranging news coverage, the Telegraph became a sectarian, propagandist rag under the Barclays.
“These lorries are so easy to get into,” says Rob Watson, a 53-year-old who has been driving them since he was 18. “I’ve seen a lot of people jump out of lorries on the M25.”
Even al-Qaeda and leading jihadi theorists were compelled to condemn some of Baghdadi’s most extreme acts.
Rather than taking back control, in an era of great power blocs the UK will find itself increasingly at the mercy of China, the US, Russia and the EU.
How coastal erosion in Essex is revealing decades of human over-consumption and forcing us to reckon with our past.
In the latest article in our series, we look at the state of French politics and the emergence of Marion Maréchal-Le Pen, who aspires to unite the far right with the traditional Catholic right.
How Robert Iger – a personable and vulnerable radical – became the most successful CEO of the past decade.
Ben-Gurion was a divisive leader, an uninspiring and humourless speaker, but still a revered and visionary giant to many Israelis and Jews.
For her first essay collection, Jamison mined the wounds of her restless twenties. Now she’s sober, married and successful – and her work is better than ever.
The behind-the-scenes story of Harvey Weinstein’s fall.
This Goldsmiths Prize-shortlisted book, told entirely in unattributed dialogue, offers a fast-paced, intimate discussion of sex work, gender bias, blame and marital faithfulness.
Mark Haddon’s Goldsmiths Prize-shortlisted novel draws on stories from the ancient world, medieval literature and Shakespeare and makes a wild scramble of them.
Northern Ireland’s RHI scandal feels so implausible that, in his new account of the fall of devolution, Sam McBride feels it necessary to assure the reader that it is all true.
Today, Patrick Cowley is barely known outside record-collecting circles: but his ecstatic electronic disco left an indelible mark on the music scene.
In her new show Stage Fright, Slate mines both her irresistible stage presence and her willingness to be open with strangers.
This production is exercise in style, some sort of post-modern universe where everything is signified but nothing means anything.
Ken Loach’s latest excursion into breadline Britain follows a delivery driver on a zero-hours contract.
“Experiments” like this can’t hope to unpick the complex effect of such things as our genes and our toxic food culture on our bodies.
The tension is hideous. I am a blinking cursor, anticipating instructions.
There really is no perfection in gardens – one plant escapes a problem by looking like something else, but in turn acquires a fault of its own.
I was glad she was going to be my neighbour in Brighton and volunteered to help her with anything she needed.
I don’t want to leave the EU but that doesn’t mean I love it so devotedly that I want to wear its colours on a beret.
From 2015, there were mounting calls for the HPV vaccine to be administered to all children irrespective of gender, as is the case in Australia and the US.
The former politician talks Celebrity Mastermind, an early hospital visit, and the need for a unifying, radical but realistic Labour government.
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