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Beset by flooding and corruption, Venice is slowly falling into decline
Ed Davey is the new leader of the Lib Dems – but to what purpose?
The Overseas Operations Bill may prove Britain’s breaking point with the ECHR
Mark Le Fanu goes to the Musée Nissim de Camondo, the Marmottan, and the Musée Antoine Bourdelle
The Freedom of Information Act was supposed to guarantee honesty and transparency in government, but has ensured that controversial decisions will be forever shrouded in secrecy
For a government which insists it is “following the science,” there is a striking reluctance to listen to the scientists
Trump’s tweet, Lewis’s lesson and Obama’s wish list
A workable CANZUK might be illiberal and unAmerican
Is the tide turning against Thailand’s oligarchy?
A day on the high seas with an armada of Donald Trump supporters
The first US presidential TV debate, Cleveland, Ohio