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The Arab Spring didn’t amount to much, but when the US killed Soleimani last year it was a unexpectedly positive counterpoint
The ability to train our malleable minds is both a blessing and a curse—as the grand social re-engineering experiment of Covid-19 lockdowns is revealing
Grieve accidentally sends begging emails to eurosceptics
How Helen McCrory blazed through her life and career like a comet
PMQs pitches a Cavalier prime minister against his Roundhead opponent. But Boris risks a lot as “the Rupert of debate”
The EU is about to take legal action against the UK. Can the post-Brexit “special relationship” with Brussels be repaired?
Jeremy Black says McMeekin’s account provides tough reading for anybody endorsing the Guardian’s view of history
Thérèse Coffey defends Downing Street’s home furnishing revamp
What would the German-born American political theorist Hannah Arendt make of Donald Trump if she were alive today?
Tom Chesshyre on the joy and rattle of Spain’s local lines
After losing Hartlepool to the Conservatives, the Labour Party would do well to take heed of Jon Cruddas’s new book