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Xan Rice is Features Editor at the New Statesman.
Could the placebo effect work in surgery? When a doctor wanted to investigate – by opening patients up but not operating – some said it was criminal. But the resulting study has shaken the medical world
Once dubbed “the worst politician in Denmark”, Vestager is on a mission to hold Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon to account.
Since 1999, 200,000 Americans have died from overdoses connected to OxyContin and similar prescription drugs.
The 32-year-old is determined to shake up the deeply conservative kingdom.
Why is the cycling champion of his generation so underappreciated?
The challenge for Surrey is to ensure that the new fans drawn to the stadium in recent years keep coming.
The European commissioner for competition is taming the tech giants.
What makes New Zealand's national rugby team the most dominant side in the history of sport?
What does Dan Jarvis, a former paratrooper, want – personally and professionally?