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"Any attempt to recreate the past (whether it be empire or a plate of steamed clams shared with a former lover) is doomed to fail." Deborah Levy's notes from Barcelona.
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Today’s migrant crisis is often talked about as an anomaly. But high levels of displacement have long been routine and widespread in postwar Europe. Rowan Williams on Europe’s many migrant crises.
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This is how a new sports website, focusing purely on football, is disrupting Fleet Street:
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At Edinburgh, bodies take centre stage. reviews Burgerz and Everything I See I Swallow
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How do you react when a stranger starts drinking from your bottle of coke? on being painfully British:
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"I made my way to the yard on a sunny Monday in April and hid in some track-side bushes to await the Union Pacific train coming through at noon."
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New Statesman 7h
Any attempt to recreate the past (whether it be empire or a plate of steamed clams shared with a former lover) is doomed to fail. Deborah Levy's notes from Barcelona.
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Jason Cowley 9h
Where the leads the rest follow. We've been writing about and profiling Christophe Guilluy for several years ... Twilight of the Elites isn't even his most recent book.
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New Statesman 9h
"I made my way to the yard on a sunny Monday in April and hid in some track-side bushes to await the Union Pacific train coming through at noon."
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New Statesman 9h
How should you react when a stranger starts drinking from your bottle of coke? on being painfully British:
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New Statesman 10h
Any attempt to recreate the past (whether it be empire or a plate of steamed clams shared with a former lover) is doomed to fail. Deborah Levy's notes from Barcelona.
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New Statesman 11h
Today’s migrant crisis is often talked about as an anomaly. But high levels of displacement have long been routine and widespread in postwar Europe. Rowan Williams on Europe’s many migrant crises.
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New Statesman 23h
“It’s almost the reversal of the presumption of innocence. You’re not innocent until proven guilty – you’re innocent until found suspicious.”
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New Statesman 24h
The first female president of the National Farmers Union, Minette Batters, on why all is not well in the British countryside.
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New Statesman Aug 17
The Scottish Labour Party is in crisis, and the Westminster mothership isn’t helping, writes
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New Statesman Aug 17
How could the most rational ruling elite in history have fallen for the most dangerous toxin in politics? John Gray explains.
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New Statesman Aug 17
The first female president of the National Farmers Union, Minette Batters, on why all is not well in the British countryside.
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New Statesman Aug 17
The frightening reality of Pacific island nations disappearing into the ocean could also become a real worry for western metropolises, writes
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New Statesman Aug 17
As Brexit looms, Brits may be about to lose out on European wines. But English wine is on a winning streak.
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New Statesman Aug 17
“It’s almost the reversal of the presumption of innocence. You’re not innocent until proven guilty – you’re innocent until found suspicious.”
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