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The election of the new leader of Welsh Labour marks a watershed for Corbynism. Here he explains his politics in his own words.
No indisputable evidence exists for a “real” King Arthur, but, fictional or not, Britain has always needed him.
“Before your LSD session, read Siddartha and Steppenwolf," advised Timothy Leary.
A new short story by Kate Atkinson.
One man’s attempt to catch every second of Christian Marclay’s astonishing 24-hour film installation, The Clock.
She has written hits for Rihanna, Cher and Christina Aguilera – and she's been dropped by a series of major labels. Is it finally time for LP?
In garages and sheds, a dedicated band of amateurs is trying to answer the biggest question in energy: whether controlled nuclear fusion can power the world.
From Alpine tunnels to the Zambian border, seeing the world by train brings adventure, intriguing company – and a deep sense of contentment
In their correspondence, Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin displayed the combination of realpolitik, illusion and hubris that is essential for really creative diplomacy.
From gammon to centrist parties, 2018 has been a rollercoaster from start to finish. And, quite frankly, we’re glad to get off.