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Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

Matthew d'Ancona by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May is becoming increasingly desperate as the days go on.
Boris Johnson’s vanity just cost the taxpayer £300k

Politics

Boris Johnson’s vanity just cost the taxpayer £300k

by Simon Doherty

We’ll add this latest figure to the ever-increasing bill of having anything to do with this politically toxic man.
Theresa May is hanging from the edge of a glass cliff

Politics

Theresa May is hanging from the edge of a glass cliff

by Eve Alcock

Despite disagreeing with her politics, our writer can’t help but sympathise with Theresa May’s plight as she continues to navigate Brexit.
‘Boy Erased’ reminds us of the harrowing impact of conversion therapy

Movies

‘Boy Erased’ reminds us of the harrowing impact of conversion therapy

by Ryan Cahill

Contrary to popular belief, ‘gay cures’ are not a thing of the past.
I’m a Celebrity…get me out of Brexit
Can ‘My Brilliant Friend’ bring foreign language TV to the mainstream?

Television

Can ‘My Brilliant Friend’ bring foreign language TV to the mainstream?

by Lucy Scholes

Elena Ferrante’s novel took the world by storm, but will it shine as bright on screen?
Brexit Deal-Watch 5: Magical thinking at the edge of the abyss

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 5: Magical thinking at the edge of the abyss

by Matthew d'Ancona

When is the political class going to recognise that a People’s Vote is the only way to break the impasse?
This is not a ‘sex recession’: closer to a sex renaissance

Social

This is not a ‘sex recession’: closer to a sex renaissance

by Nichi Hodgson

Reports of a new age of chastity are much too reductive.
Fantastic Beasts and the diversity problem

Movies

Fantastic Beasts and the diversity problem

by Olive Pometsey

The latest film in the Harry Potter franchise introduces a new, diverse set of characters, but with no depth.
Weekend Watch: The Ice Storm

Movies

Weekend Watch: The Ice Storm

by Lucy Scholes

With Thanksgiving only a few days away, there couldn’t be a better time to re-watch this classic.
Brexit Deal-Watch 4: May’s Mexican stand-off

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 4: May’s Mexican stand-off

by Matthew d'Ancona

The main players are encircled in a Mexican stand-off where the stakes are nothing less than the future of the country.
David Hockney is now the world’s most expensive living artist

Art

David Hockney is now the world’s most expensive living artist

by Claudia Massie

His 1972 painting ‘Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures)’ has sold for $90.3 million.
Meet Drillminister, the rapper shaking up politics by mobilising the underprivileged

Music

Meet Drillminister, the rapper shaking up politics by mobilising the underprivileged

by Eleanor Halls

Ahead of his new song release ‘Brexit’, the UK’s most political rapper talks the EU, London violence and universal credit.
Brexit Deal-Watch 3: May says she’ll ‘get the runs in the end’. But the stumps are long gone

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 3: May says she’ll ‘get the runs in the end’. But the stumps are long gone

by Matthew d'Ancona

She gave the assembled hacks the line they were looking for: ‘Am I going to see this through? Yes.’
As the Brexit circus rages on, young people feel ‘uncertain’ and ‘concerned’

People's Vote

As the Brexit circus rages on, young people feel ‘uncertain’ and ‘concerned’

by Simon Doherty and Kimberley Moore

They all want a People's Vote.
Stormzy has been named as the first Glastonbury headliner and I’m full of regret

Music

Stormzy has been named as the first Glastonbury headliner and I’m full of regret

by Olive Pometsey

After weeks of rumours, he’s become the first grime artist ever to headline the festival.
Cream of the crap

Movies

Cream of the crap

by James Oliver

The movies that are so ‘bad’ they're brilliant deserve more recognition.