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Playing sports behind closed doors undermines the crucial role of supporters in shaping their club’s identity.
Europe continues to lack not only the powers of a modern state but the democratic legitimacy needed to acquire them.
Bringing pregnancy loss into line with other forms of bereavement entitlement is an important step – but it should only be the beginning of the conversation.
President Emmanuel Macron’s legacy could yet include a brave reckoning with his country’s recent past.
Why we must overcome the “cult of intelligence”.
The Covid crisis can enable us to reimagine how we live together and renew the foundations of our economy.
In a new book, the historian Eric Rauchway argues the defence of American democracy requires permanent material gains for voters.
Work is more intertwined with the rest of our lives than ever. To truly enjoy free time, we must be able to let go of “the realm of necessity”.
By recognising that public debt doesn't matter, and abandoning work incentives as a design principle, the stimulus amounts to a significant break with neoliberalism.
Eurosceptic politicians are now more likely to look to Viktor Orbán’s Hungary for inspiration than to the UK.
Is it finally Infrastructure Week in the US?