"I hadn’t realised you could write a novel as if it were an imaginary diary. I’ve used this device many times in my own books"
Exclusive polling: majority of Britons want an MP who "puts Britain first"—even if minorities lose out
Tom Clark / May 8, 2019
Exclusive polling for Prospect magazine shows Britons may back a leader who is willing to offend allies in pursuit of national interests
The nature writer canters over philosophy, history, and science in a genre-bending discussion of the earth's subterrane
Plus a new documentary about the fashion designer Halston
Without dark matter there would be no galaxies, stars or planets. But physicists are yet to find direct proof of its existence. So where is it?
Benjamin Markovits / May 8, 2019
Watching sport is like eating fibre—it does no harm and it cleans out the system
The original myth is no less weird and insane than the UK’s current political situation—though a touch more sexually lurid
Alexandra Coghlan / May 8, 2019
Plus Dead Man Walking at Welsh National Opera
Immigration has become not, as I once thought, a welcome addition to the English way of life, but a source of disquiet