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In this month’s fiction selection, John Self discovers novels that successfully use their style to enhance rather than simply describe the story
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the performance of the British forces in the war on terror
Hannah Betts finds a way to live with her pet hate — denim jeans
Is Europe losing its interesting edges as temperatures climb year by year?
Patrick Galbraith on the complex ethics of butter substitutes
Suggestions that Donner was a director-for-hire rather than a true auteur are harsh and inaccurate
Why don’t we just charge the unvaccinated more?
How the quest to eliminate sex in civil society taps into a dark truth about male power and sexuality
Boris Johnson’s ‘one great indivisible United Kingdom’ is neither one, nor indivisible, nor united
Barnier’s Secret Journal should interest British readers due to the insights on whether the UK could have negotiated a better deal
The generation of idiosyncratic proprietors who changed the face of the British book industry