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President Erdogan’s decision to reconvert the building into a mosque is a further move against religious pluralism.
The New Statesman’s World Review podcast with Jeremy Cliffe and Emily Tamkin.
How Covid-19 is hastening the death of the British curry.
It has been a decade since the UN recognised access to water and sanitation as a basic right. The charity WaterAid commissioned ten artists to illustrate the impact these services have on people's lives.
The closure of Q magazine has highlighted a troubled media landscape and the serious effects of a pandemic on music journalism. But many smaller, independent music magazines are thriving.
Mimi Mollica’s film noir-style shots of the city create a haunting, menacing landscape.
Each jar and packet in the kitchen is part of a wider story, involving geography, culture and politics.
As the pandemic has swept the globe, it has passed with particular virulence through the world’s meat-packing plants.
The musician’s isolated Alexandra Palace show resembled a private rehearsal or a post-apocalyptic performance.
One of the founders of the music title on why it was “a thrill-ride at the front and a good shopping guide at the back”.
Gig economy-style reductions in pay and secure employment contracts are now standard in UK national museums.