When I was 17, I met a 24-year-old gambling addict. The relationship almost killed me. But I learned who I was, and who I wasn’t.
Once synonymous with tech bros looking to "bio-hack" their bodies, meal replacements like Huel and Soylent are increasingly popular amongst women and non-binary people.
Building work, Brexit and blue-on-blue council rows are deflating Conservative enthusiasm in the Prime Minister’s patch of Berkshire.
After knocking over the Conservative administration last year, Labour is now on course to win overall control of this flagship Tory council in Greater Manchester.
The Eurogroup president and Portuguese finance minister on how Lisbon’s left beat populism, the future of the eurozone, and what Jeremy Corbyn can learn from Lisbon’s anti-austerity government.
In universities and the media, a new type of liberal is arguing that offensive views should be locked out of public conversations. When Ian Buruma was forced to resign from the New York Review of Books, this cultural clash claimed its highest profile casualty yet.
When does a robot become indistinguishable from a human? McEwan’s latest novel offers one answer – when it sleeps with your girlfriend.
Author and naturalist Helen Macdonald reflects on creating homes for nesting birds, and the joy she gets in return
Off-screen, the BBC’s most deadly political interviewer pushes his pro-Brexit line unchallenged. He has had a remarkable media career, yet around him there lingers an air of disappointed expectation. What does he really want?
A court battle to ensure that animals are legally recognised as people is raising fundamental questions about what it means to be human.
The Foreign Secretary is on a mission to unite his fractured party – and the country.