Ian Irvine / December 12, 2019
"Oscar Wilde, I pity you because you must be suffering more than we"
Mark Damazer / December 12, 2019
It’s taken grief from all sides, just as it should. But not only has the national broadcaster has learned a few new tricks, above all it has proven the value of a well-prepared interview
Paul Wallace / December 12, 2019
The death of the former chairman of the Federal Reserve comes as that independence is under populist attack
From "broadband communism" to a "Marxist dystopia": how Labour's social democratic reforms have been branded as hard left fantasies
Rachel Connolly / December 11, 2019
That programmes like free education are fairly common in Europe does not make much of an impact on how they are perceived here
Lara Feigel / December 11, 2019
The celebrated novelist's latest takes on Trump, Clinton-era complacency, and what it means to be a man
In displaying the objects of neoliberalism, the new south London museum allows us to imagine a better alternative
The absence of partners and families in this year’s election campaigns is not because politics has been enlightened
Should works of art be bought and sold like potatoes? Or are they, like the best presents, items on which no real price can be placed?
Thomas Poole / December 11, 2019
The bruising experience of Brexit has forced one vital principle to the fore