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Issue: September 2016
The Nelson Touch
"In her first two months on the bridge, Theresa May has skilfully steered the ship of state away from hazardous Continental rocks and into the open sea"
"Theresa May’s safe pair of hands seems a great blessing after the vacuum Cameron and Osborne left us in"
The Outsider's Diary
Bad King Wenceslas
"Jean-Claude Juncker is not the first Luxembourger to imagine he can dictate the future of Europe"
"It’s my Labour Party, Mr Corbyn, and I’ll cry if I want to"
"Friedman’s “helicopter money” was designed as a thought experiment to stimulate the imagination — not the real British economy. He was joking"
Do Svidaniya, Olga!
The hearty icons of Soviet womanhood have vanished
J.B. Priestley was known to the public as as a grumpy old man, but that was just a mask
proves poetry is alive and thriving at the Ledbury Poetry Festival
The Black Lives Matter movement recently disrupted traffic in the UK — but to what avail?
Debunking the EU Referendum Myths
Several major misconceptions about how Brexit came about have taken hold. Here is why they are wrong — and what really happened
Michael Mosbacher and Oliver Wiseman
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