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New Statesman magazine

Careless people

Why the humiliation of David Cameron is a fitting end to a dismal era of politics, by John Gray. Plus Emily Tamkin reviews Hunter Biden’s memoir, Quentin Sommerville looks at the chaos of Libya’s civil war and Roger Mosey on the art of royal obituaries.

WORLD

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UK

Culture

How Georges Simenon found his eye

In the 1930s, the creator of Maigret travelled the world as a journalist. His photographs reveal an artistic sensibility captivated by the camera’s ability to stop time.

MEDIA, TECH AND DIGITAL CULTURE