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A farewell to Soho Pam, the local beggar Pamela Jennings.
Peter Wilby's "First Thoughts" column.
We're experiencing a sexual counterrevolution that encompasses a backlash against women’s sexual and reproductive freedom.
Sometimes the oldest kitchen inventions are the best.
It would be impossible to paint “modern life” without touching on the touchy subject of sex.
Next year, a referendum on independence will determine Scotland’s future, but the country’s artists have already launched their own fight for freedom.
The new super-rich have no allegiance, obligation or connection to wider society. They live in a mirror-lined bubble – and a legally entitled one. Can anything beyond another crash change things?
Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out" column.
Will Self's "Real Meals" column.
Draining the dregs.
Backing into the spotlight.
The Books Interview.
There is nothing simple about Britten's legacy.
Your World: What If . . . Chicken Conquers the World - review.
Too posh to push boundaries.
Escape from orange county.
A cacophonous Century.
It will reward fiction that is “genuinely novel and which embodies the spirit of invention that characterises the genre at its best”.
Hunter Davies' "The Fan" column.
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