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Issue: July/August 2018
Trump, Merkel and Brexit
"At the time of writing it is Mrs Merkel, rather than Mr Trump, whose authority is falling away"
In the 1970s and ’80s, the NHS treated haemophiliacs with contaminated blood-clotting products. The public inquiry into that scandal is only just being set up
Tsar’s last huzzah
One hundred years ago, Edwardian England unwittingly hosted both the Romanovs and their future killers
An American Turner?
The National Gallery exhibition shows that Thomas Cole, like Turner and John Martin, was a visionary and a pictorial dramatist
"Before the screening, I made bold to ask the audience not to refrain from laughter. They were nice enough to obey my incitement"
The graveyard of communism
"Before many more decades are out these mementos will follow the ideology they so fervently sought to commemorate"
The Outsider's Diary
What would it take to derail Brexit?
‘Theresa May is committed to implementing Brexit, believing that any reversal of this policy would destroy the Conservative Party once and for all’
Indifference to intolerance
‘In effect, Waltham Forest Council has colluded in sectarianism for the sake of a quiet life’
‘A new book on Brexit illustrates our great problem with Ireland: our ignorance of its self-pity’
Refugees are big business for the UN
In Nairobi, there is resentment that asylum-seekers are treated better than local people
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
John Mullan elucidates the genius of Charles Dickens