The speaker’s chair has become the crucible for the whole Brexit constitutional crisis. And John Bercow is loving it
Jonathan Rée / January 28, 2019
A new biography reveals Nietzsche to be a perfect gentleman—shy, attentive, and a little whimsical
Google promised to create the neighbourhood of the future in Toronto. Then residents rebelled
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are too big. But what’s the right way to tame the giants?
No matter their politics, in 2019, no-one feels like a winner. How is it that everybody can be feeling beaten at once?
When Ursula discovers her daughter Miri is engaged to a Syrian man living in Budapest, she is torn between generosity and fear. Miri, returning to London to visit her sick father, would rather be...
Consumer demand shows we want to be better at recycling. We worry about plastic and anguish over what goes in which bin. But how effective is it?
Soap actor, serious playwright, and now artistic director, Kwei-Armah is still fighting to change theatre—only now, it's from the inside
Brexit—and one nation’s bewildering battle to wake from the nightmare of history
Tim Martin / November 12, 2018
From the runaway success of Fortnite to thoughtful creations like Papers, please, video games are more in the spotlight than ever. Is the medium finally having its “Citizen Kane moment"?