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It's wrong to present science as a single entity of uncontested knowledge, when sharp disagreements are normal.
The former Labour Party speechwriter reflects on why “everyday life” needs to define politics.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Ah, the irony! That I should be immolated by a bag advertising the very magazine that employs me!
Saudi Arabia unveils its half-trillion-dollar plan for a new linear utopia. But is the idea anything new?
Ipso is right to censure columnists who throw around half-truths and wilful exaggerations about Covid-19; the disease is too deadly.
The pandemic has acted as a gargantuan stress-test, accelerating new couples and putting extra strain on those already struggling.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Wesminster.
As president Donald Trump made more than 30,500 false or misleading claims; and the Washington Post tracked every one.
The view from the window is of much nicer houses opposite – or would be if the glass weren’t, in winter, permanently dripping with condensation.
The novelist and screenwriter discusses science fiction, the human soul and working with Steve McQueen on the BBC’s Small Axe series.