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The author talks re-runs of Would I Lie To You?, Clement Attlee and getting advice from Ted Hughes.
The farcical arrangement of our rail network is symptomatic of the weaknesses of Britain’s economic model.
Ferris’s Short Life in a Strange World, Reid’s Such a Fun Age and Saskia Hamilton’s edit of The Dolphin Letters, 1970-1979.
The rugby player talks Neighbours, Jacinda Ardern and losing two World Cup finals.
The world has perhaps just a decade left before we reach the point at which the risk of catastrophic climate change significantly increases.
The New Statesman takes you through the next phase of Brexit sector-by-sector.