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Sophie McBain is a special correspondent at the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor.
Many parents wonder how hard it is to write a children's book. But this collection of platitudes about paternal love is barely readable.
The documentary film raises uncomfortable questions about overpopulation and the environment, but the supposedly easy answers it offers are anything but.
Henry Mance uncovers the inconvenient truths about our treatment of animals.
This documentary, following the former Arsenal footballer as he confronts the abuse he experienced as a child, is one of the most affecting I have seen.
How I miss the sunny lockdown mornings of late spring last year, when I frogmarched my two children to the park to watch the goslings in the pond.
The Canadian New Yorker writer discusses the political power of our voices.
By blending memoir, art criticism and biography, Laing explores how the body you are born into shapes your life, your freedom and your opportunities.
Across the world, thousands of binational couples and families separated by international coronavirus travel restrictions long to be reunited.
The former French ambassador to the UK discusses her career and why all politicians should avoid referendums.
How a movement of people who hear voices is reshaping our understanding of mental illness – and consciousness itself.