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The lawyer behind some of Britain’s most high-profile cases reflects on his most personal brush with government incompetence: the loss of his brother to Covid-19.
The anarchist collective on the surprising success of their new publication, Dope, as a response to the rough sleeping crisis.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
Official recognition that many private businesses, such as supermarkets, provide public services is long overdue.
On its launch her new novel The Mirror and the Light sold a copy every 2.7 seconds.
The ability of a holiday to make you “feel like a different person” is well recognised. We may not be travelling for a while, but understanding what happens when we travel allows us to better understand our own minds.
This is not the enlightened self-interest of classical liberalism – it is a movement fascinated with the prospect of annihilation, giddy for destructive adventure.
Panic evokes the past, as well as offering nightmarish visions of the future.
The anonymous rapper who wants to be London mayor.
Patel is an accident-prone minister. Johnson sent her to an accident-prone department. His fault.
The American satirist on Bernie Sanders, Brexit and conservatism.