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Majority rule; minority rights
It is folly to treat UK race relations as totally divorced from the rest of human experience. We need to look at the larger global picture
Nicola Sturgeon’s coronavirus victory
Boris Johnson’s political stock is low. The First Minister’s could not be higher. Yet Scotland’s grip on Covid-19 has been no more sure than London’s
More than black and white
Clunky neologisms such as BAME obscure real ethnic differences—making it harder to address structural disadvantage and prejudice
The enemy without
Lockdown has provided the perfect breeding ground for corrosive conspiracy theories to flourish. Responding with mockery isn’t enough
More or less misleading
We must fact-check the government’s claims about its coronavirus testing regime. But who will check the checkers?
Emmanuel Macron’s petite crise
The unpopular president’s reforms exposed a deep discontent. The response to the pandemic has made his problems worse
So happy to be serfs
In just a few short weeks we have cast aside freedoms it took centuries to win. Fawning faith in authority will lead to further outrages
Love thy neighbour: why the Scots hate the English
Why are Scottish children encouraged to link a war 700 years ago with the “effete arseholes” of England today?
Making short work
Shockingly high numbers have lost their jobs. Which countries are flattening the unemployment curve?
A psychoanalyst’s lockdown diary
Emergencies not only spark new, rational fears but also reignite old, irrational ones
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above