David Allen Green / February 28, 2020
Call this out for what it is: an executive power project
He wants to be the man who unites the Labour party. But to understand Starmer, we should look not to his political career—but to his legal one
Freya Johnston / February 24, 2020
Even admirers of Mantel's Thomas Cromwell trilogy may find it hard to reach the end of the 900-page finale
Sydnee Wagner / February 3, 2020
Often reduced to a footnote, activists have fought to keep memories of the Roma and Sinti genocide alive. Now, with anti-Roma sentiment rising across Europe, could the untold stories of the archive...
She is one of England’s greatest novelists, but the author of Middlemarch also deserves to be remembered as one of the country’s finest philosophers
The government now has power to swipe away inconvenient safeguards. Vigilance is required
The humble HP was originally made to squeeze profit from the sundries of empire. But, inevitably, it has become a symbol of class, status and taste—or lack of it...
Anatol Lieven / January 29, 2020
Here in Qatar, the assassination of Iran's Qassem Soleimani has been greeted with horror
Suna Erdem / January 29, 2020
Conducting has long been the province of powerful men. But as the #MeToo movement comes to classical music, can an industry steeped in its ways change?