Charlotte Higgins / August 22, 2018
Is Boris Johnson with "the people" or the mob?
AM Homes in 2007 © David Shankbone “I am a journalist not a soldier” one character tells another in “Days of Awe,” the title story from AM Homes’s latest collection. He and his novelist...
The troubles of a rodeo rider and the life of a pop star provocateur—the best films of September 2018
Wendy Ide / August 22, 2018
Plus how a woman is saved by jigsaw puzzles
Prospect Team / August 21, 2018
The two-state solution is no longer achievable. Donald Macintyre joins the Prospect team to ask what next for the Middle East
Benjamin Markovits / August 21, 2018
At the end of every summer I wondered if this would be the year I'd stop, recalls Benjamin Markovits
She has a reputation for being a different kind of Conservative—but just how far can Davidson go?
Is the president a dangerous ideologue drawing on America's racist past—or a man more tasteless than sinister? Talia Lavin and Andrew Stuttaford debate
She's one of America's brightest and brashest literary talents—and My Year of Rest and Relaxation is another bold assault on the status quo
The single currency's design isn't perfect. But what's really hampered its first 20 years, says Adam Tooze, are decisions freely taken by power-hungry men in Frankfurt
Michael Coveney / August 21, 2018
Plus the Tricycle relaunches as the Kiln