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Josh Lowe / November 21, 2014
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Emily Dyer / November 21, 2014
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David Torrance / November 18, 2014
The new SNP leader exhibits many of her predecessor's best qualities, but can she unite...
Kathryn Bromwich / November 18, 2014
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Scott Anderson / November 13, 2014
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Despite economic woes, propaganda and patriotism have protected Russia's President—so...
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Vicky Pryce, Dominic Selwood / November 13, 2014
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Sort out global poverty and hire Pope Francis
India's dark heart by Arundhati Roy, will wages rise asks John Philpott, Peter Kellner on Boris, John McTernan on the Barnett formula, give back the Elgin Marbles says Vicky Pryce and caveman cuisine.
How to fix Britain by Peter Kellner and Jim Gallagher, Justin Welby on ISIS, Sam Tanenhaus in defence of Obama, China's health crisis, Clive James on Martin Scorsese and John Lydon.
Henry Kissinger talks to Bronwen Maddox, Peter Kellner's advice to Dave and Ed, Rory Bremner on satire, John Gray on 25 years of liberal delusion and Howard Jacobson.
Who runs Britain by Andrew Marr, Kenneth Rogoff on Martin Wolf, Ukip's manifesto, Germany isn't working, Syria's looted treasures and Werner Herzog.