Jenny McCall / January 28, 2020
It's easy to imagine sports commentators have moved on from the sort of offensive comments that received widespread attention in the 1980s. But AI analysis shows how an old bias endures in language...
Plus the swaggering True History of the Kelly Gang
Theresa May's former comms chief says it cannot; an ex-head of BBC Television News says it can
Can you best our enigmatologist?
Francesca Wade offers an elegant account of five women pursuing creative freedom in cosmopolitan London
Charlotte McDonald-Gibson / January 28, 2020
Offer a vision for the future. And don’t ape populists—defeat them
Charlotte Higgins / January 28, 2020
There is nothing inevitable about the connection between an interest in the Greco-Roman world and being a posh white man
Weaker, poorer and less safe—how the coming battle between the US and China could damage Britain and Europe
Simon Fraser / January 28, 2020
The row over Huwaei is just the beginning. And neither Britain nor Europe has a strategy yet
Writers—both communist and anti-communist—rarely toed the party line