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As a black British immigrant to America, I have clung to my roots and my accent. Perhaps it is time to let go.
Russell Brand doesn’t read the papers, now that he’s in them – but that doesn’t stop him having opinions on everything from the meaning of Britishness to the “spirituality” of socialism. David Walliams tries to keep up.
The authors taking Britain's pulse.
Sense of an ending.
It's a golden era for Colmans of South Shields, a century-old fish-and-chip restaurant.
The odour when I walked in the door was insufficiently schmaltzy and old-mannish – and the decor was way too studied in its dishabille.
Expressionless E L James is bemused by talk of sexting, writes Antonia Quirke.
Ambitious storytelling is vital to our culture, writes James Naughtie
Amanda Levete wants to remap London as a city for people not buildings
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