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Brexit Deal-Watch 2: McVey twists the knife

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 2: McVey twists the knife

by Matthew d'Ancona

Jeremy Corbyn is wearing his serious spectacles. Things are getting real.
Brexit Deal-Watch – Raab strikes the first blow

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch – Raab strikes the first blow

by Matthew d'Ancona

This morning, Dominic Raab, the Cabinet minister responsible for the Brexit negotiation, has resigned from Theresa May’s government.
Inside Veuve Clicquot’s latest Widow Series installation

Art

Inside Veuve Clicquot’s latest Widow Series installation

by Olive Pometsey

Tom Hingston is the latest curator to take on the project, creating a tribute to rebellious subcultures across a four storey venue.
The new Arkansas law is a grave threat to women's reproductive rights

Health

The new Arkansas law is a grave threat to women's reproductive rights

by Harriet Marsden

Many who would die to defend their right to bear arms, would equally happily let women die rather than defend their right not to bear children.
Talking about my generation – and Brexit

People's Vote

Talking about my generation – and Brexit

by Lucy Woodcock

We will undoubtedly be hit the hardest by Brexit and we cannot just stand by and watch. It’s a once in a generation fight.
We need to talk about these weird toys

Social

We need to talk about these weird toys

by Simon Doherty

From Trumpy Bear to Idris Elba, grotesque toys are flooding the market.
The speculation around Tyler, The Creator and Jaden Smith’s relationship could be damaging

LGBTQ+

The speculation around Tyler, The Creator and Jaden Smith’s relationship could be damaging

by Ryan Cahill

‘If this is all one big charade, something to get people talking, it’s not okay.’
‘Suspiria’ will be a cult masterpiece in 2028

Movies

‘Suspiria’ will be a cult masterpiece in 2028

by Douglas Greenwood

Luca Guadagnino’s remake 1977 Dario Argento's iconic horror film has divided critics and audiences, but it has all the makings of a future cult classic.
Whatever happens next, this is history

People's Vote

Whatever happens next, this is history

by Drugstore Culture

A People’s Vote is the only honest, logical and democratically defensible way out of the mess.
Technology is going to weaponise identity politics

Technology

Technology is going to weaponise identity politics

by Jamie Susskind

Will opaque algorithms perpetuate stereotypes?
Don't be fooled by the deal - we still need a People's Vote

People's Vote

Don't be fooled by the deal - we still need a People's Vote

by Bella Frimpong from For our Future's Sake

The public deserves a final say on this momentous offering: via a People’s Vote.
Michelle Obama’s sensational memoir is really a book about Trump

Politics

Michelle Obama’s sensational memoir is really a book about Trump

by Matthew d'Ancona

We got a copy of 'Becoming' ahead of its publication today.
Inside Abbey Road Studio’s first-ever hackathon for music innovation

Music

Inside Abbey Road Studio’s first-ever hackathon for music innovation

by Eleanor Halls

100 of the brightest developers in music and tech came together this weekend to brainstorm how machine learning will change the music industry.
Farewell to Stan Lee – the magus of the Marvel universe

Comics

Farewell to Stan Lee – the magus of the Marvel universe

by Matthew d'Ancona

He was an impish genius, a magus of the imagination and an irreplaceable American hero.
Society is turning into a huge episode of ‘Black Mirror’ again

Technology

Society is turning into a huge episode of ‘Black Mirror’ again

by Simon Doherty

Is there anything that Charlie Brooker has got wrong?
Has #MeToo become a ‘sicko tennis match’?

Social

Has #MeToo become a ‘sicko tennis match’?

by Olive Pometsey

The founder of the movement, Tarana Burke, has reflected on the progress made over the past year and whether or not it’s been too heavy-handed.
Playing chess with Woody Harrelson

Gaming

Playing chess with Woody Harrelson

by Nimrod Kamer

Our writer spends a day at the World Chess Championship in London.
Dressing the part: How ‘House of Cards’ tackles presidential style

Television

Dressing the part: How ‘House of Cards’ tackles presidential style

by Susannah Butter

Frank Underwood is gone. America has a new President, his wife, and she is changing how politics is conducted.