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How is it that our most eccentric world leaders have been the ones disproportionately affected by Covid-19?
With Labour again promising to talk in a language that the voters can understand, a new book asks whether the party’s historical myths are the problem
The bourgeoisification of Labour isn’t new. It was catalogued in Orwell’s scabrously entertaining dissection of socialism
From seedy sex clubs to the streets of Paris: Jeremy Black selects British Library Crime Classics to enjoy over the May Bank Holiday
As questions are now being raised about the consequences of having shut playgrounds during lockdown, Joanna Williams says that we need to let kids be kids
Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan shows a reluctance to do things that are hard and necessary
Why should we vaccinate healthy children to protect unvaccinated adults?
The key to Europe’s future lies with Mario Draghi, the technocrat who sidelined politicians and saved the Euro, but who now needs them to succeed as Italy’s PM
Claudia Savage-Gore on the dinner party minefield of Everyone’s Invited
Christopher Howarth on his role in removing a prime minister
Anti-carceral activists want to shut prisons, but ignore sexual offenders