To think of this book as any kind of scholarly exercise is a category mistake. The purpose of Pinker’s laborious work is to reassure liberals that they are on “the right side of history”.
Frightened, I shook my head. “Of course you do,” he grinned, opening the sack.
Katja Petrowskaja turns a venerable literature of commemorative, respectful wartime suffering on its head.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors' harrowing and yet uplifting work demonstrates that collective organising is the only thing that has truly changed the world for the better, and the only thing that ever will
Is Donald Trump (up, up, down, down, left) right?
The actor on her new role as an abused sheep farmer in Dark River, the response to gender inequality and playing her own grandmother.
Craig Gillespie directs with all the subtlety of a baton-wielding thug but has made one brilliant decision in Margot Robbie, who is a machine for generating empathy.
In a new social context, can a show that formally emphasises differences between straight and gay men have the same radical power?
If you intend to see Girls & Boys, don’t read this review.
Will a twist find the left embracing the show, or is it the anti-SJW screed the right wing have been waiting for?
Rees-Mogg, in his pinstriped shirt, is a profoundly unserious man pretending to be serious.