Loach’s films about poverty in modern Britain are the most powerful of his career. Now in his eighties, the director is still taking the fight to anyone he sees as the enemy
Extracts from Lesley Blanch, Geoff Dyer and Jonathan Meades
Cathy Rentzenbrink / November 12, 2019
My liberal outrage is being weaponised. What have I become?
Steve Bloomfield / November 12, 2019
What happens if we stop trusting elections? As accusations of bias abound—and concerns are raised over the bodies that regulate political life—faith in democracy is in a perilous position
Chris Harvey / November 12, 2019
Plus Apple TV's Truth Be Told
Brenda Hale / November 12, 2019
The Supreme Court President talks sovereignty, sexism and the best present she's ever received
Tom Clark / November 12, 2019
What might the election mean for corporation tax rates—and how do we compare with other countries?
To find out the answer we need to study their stories
P Wallace and D Ghelani / November 12, 2019
A flawed system with great potential—or a replacement benefits service that isn't fit for purpose?
Mark Leonard / November 12, 2019
Eastern Europe has become resentful of its own imitation of the west