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Magazine

New Statesman magazine

Planet Covid

How the virus holds the world in its grip, by Jeremy Cliffe

Plus Robert Harris on why politics is now too strange even for fiction, Helen Thompson on the fragile Union, and Philip Collins on why Brexit is the only thing uniting the Tories

WORLD

UK

Culture

Personal Story: My failed music career

I started playing the piano aged four, and was told I had a talent. But when I studied music at university I discovered that it was not, as it had been at school, mine for the taking. 

MEDIA, TECH AND DIGITAL CULTURE