Issue: July/August 2017

Millenials’ moment

There has always been a gap between the generations, but this year's 'youthquake' looks set only to widen it

Sacrificial lamb

Tim Farron’s resignation shows the cost of admitting to religious views in a liberal, secular society

Shouted down

Honest analysis of Labour under Corbyn during the election was buried by mainstream news outlets

Driving me crazy

Would a 100-yen good luck token buy me Zen at the wheel?

Post-election solace

‘Britain is in the most complicated mess we have been in for decades’

Blatant bribery

‘Jeremy Corbyn said he was “sympathetic” to cancelling past student debt. It was a blatant bid for the bourgeois university vote’

Stable, if not strong

‘Jeremy Corbyn will not become Prime Minister any time soon’

Reasons to be cheerful

'With violent death stalking our cities and Jeremy Corbyn’s inglorious revolution threatening our future, a sickening sense of doom now hangs over the country.'

Monstered by Momentum

‘Fake news, incessant trolling, and vicious caricatures have become the hallmarks of modern election campaigns’

Time to emigrate?

‘There’s a real threat that in the coming months a lethal “progressive alliance” will form a government. At that point I may well just give up’

An autumn note

“For many, the end of this uneasy year cannot come quickly enough”

An ordinary killing

Ian Cobain’s book uses the killing of Millar McAllister to paint a meticulous portrait of the Troubles

Greater—not wiser

John Mullan elucidates the genius of Charles Dickens