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We can slow down the effects of climate change, if we want to
A new book on the emotional lives of animals reminds us how much we have in common with our fellow creatures
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A growing ageing population presents new economic challenges—but offers opportunities, too
Richard J Evans / April 2, 2019
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Charlotte Higgins / April 2, 2019
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Tom Clark / April 2, 2019
Brexit has exposed a deep rift in our politics. And it's not just May's government that's under threat—it's a the whole system of British governance
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