H Kennedy and J Sumption / July 12, 2019
Is the Human Rights Act a vital safeguard or inherently undemocratic? Two of Britain's finest legal minds go head-to-head
Post-war British architecture often gets a bad rap. But it wasn’t all concrete and cars—some, like my father Peter Self, wanted to created urban living spaces on a human scale
Between silent factories and struggling shops, there’s poverty and even hunger. But there’s also a steadfast community spirit which holds the key to turning this town around. Jennifer Williams's...
Hephzibah Anderson / June 13, 2019
As shops shutter, it is not only local economies but the sense of place and community that is imperilled. In an era of online retail, how can the high street fight back?
India's cricket captain is the very model of a modern, newly-assertive and economically successful power
Alice Bell / June 12, 2019
Language isn't everything but finding the right vocabulary is important
You want your doctor to treat you as an individual. But clinical practice is warped by dubious—and sometimes outright dangerous— ideas about race
Solving climate change needn't wreck the economy. In fact, it's the smartest way to fix it
Jack Losh / June 8, 2019
A small, landlocked nation, the Central African Republic has been blighted by a succession of vicious conflicts since gaining independence from France in 1960. Now, a former military attorney general...
AN Devers / May 9, 2019
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