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Trouble in Toryland - Febraury 16
In this week’s magazine, Rachel Cunliffe reports on the Tory blame game and the battle for the party’s future, Andrew Marr on why the toxic Rochdale by-election will continue to create chaos for Labour, and Alona Ferber and Bruno Maçães reflect on the growing catastrophe in Gaza. Elsewhere, Sohrab Ahmari meets the senator, author and possible Trump running mate JD Vance, Lionel Barber writes on the trouble with Tucker Carlson’s interview with Vladimir Putin in this week’s Diary, and Finn McRedmond on what the obsession with Taylor Swift says about the soul of America.

Who runs Labour - 9 February
In this week’s magazine, George Eaton and Andrew Marr ask: who runs Labour?, Alona Ferber speaks to Sheryl Sandberg about online hate and life after Facebook, while Will Lloyd says the public may finally understand King Charles III after his cancer diagnosis. Elsewhere, Hannah Barnes reports on the plot to topple Lib Dem leader Ed Davey, and Kate Mossman celebrates the return of Joni Mitchell.

The Rotten State - 2 February
Will Dunn reveals how cronyism and incompetence corroded Britain’s public institutions, Andrew Marr argues that Keir Starmer may never have more power than he does today, and John Gray on why the Tory party faces electoral oblivion if it doesn’t change. Elsewhere, Sohrab Ahmari explains how immigration might end Joe Biden’s presidency, Pippa Bailey speaks to Crystal Hefner on life inside the Playboy mansion and surviving her marriage to Hugh Hefner, and Sarah Manavis asks: if Taylor Swift isn’t safe from deepfakes, who is?

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