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Contrasting works from a veteran master of invention and two newer faces who blur fact and fiction
Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan shows a reluctance to do things that are hard and necessary
The US obsession with marketing Pride to children has reached alarming new heights
Reading Doom might not save us, but it leaves us with a better appreciation of the complex politics of catastrophe
Young Adult fiction has become cancel culture’s savage front line
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
What’s gotten into the Advertising Standards Authority?
Emma Webb says the police are damned if the do, but even more damned in the long run if they don’t
Johnson doesn’t take responsibility for his own actions, so why should anyone else in the government?
From midnight Parisian walks and femmes fatales to jazz and corruption, Jeremy Black rounds up the best murders
Save your shrubs with a slug pub, says Hephzibah Anderson