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Reading Doom might not save us, but it leaves us with a better appreciation of the complex politics of catastrophe
The surrogacy industry has made women’s bodies into a battleground
25 years on from the 1997 election
Gal Beckerman’s history of how high-speed communication prevents social change
A fresh, ambitious and daring approach to the familiar Finn
Rules mean nothing without the means to enforce them
A new history of the Interregnum rescues this forgotten period of history from oblivion
Rakib’s Britain: the UK has given a golden opportunity to minority Brits, so why are we told patriotism isn’t for us?
Who is the man behind “The IPCRESS File”?
This personal history of the Falklands War brings new details to light
The fiftieth anniversary of Seamus Heaney’s Wintering Out is a chance to recognise the importance of place to his poetry
He discusses exile, the horrors of totalitarianism and why Russophobia is not the answer