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Come back, Miliband – but be careful

Politics

Come back, Miliband – but be careful

by Matthew d'Ancona

Will the former Foreign Secretary return to frontline politics?
Face masks, green powder and trendy water bottles: What is self-care, anyway?

Health

Face masks, green powder and trendy water bottles: What is self-care, anyway?

by Oenone Forbat

This National Self-Care Week, a fitness influencer talks us through what the wellness trend means to her, and how we can all get on board.
In Flanders Fields

Remembrance Day

In Flanders Fields

by Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae

Now more than ever – remember the fallen

Social

Now more than ever – remember the fallen

by Matthew d'Ancona

The centenary of the 1918 Armistice is an opportunity to recognise the value of remembrance.
Gonzo porn, red carpet lies and LA margaritas

Social

Gonzo porn, red carpet lies and LA margaritas

by Nichi Hodgson

Living in L.A. was a wild experience for author and journalist Nichi Hodgson.
Two worlds at odds with one another: The Divine Comedy's ‘Fin de Siècle’

Music

Two worlds at odds with one another: The Divine Comedy's ‘Fin de Siècle’

by Alexander Larman

The band's 1998 album might be 20-years-old, but its lyrics still bear relevance today.
This time a Johnson really could make a difference

Politics

This time a Johnson really could make a difference

by Matthew d'Ancona

Jo Johnson's resignation over the Chequers plan is a huge embarrassment for Theresa May.
Weekend Watch: The Heiress

Movies

Weekend Watch: The Heiress

by Lucy Scholes

William Wyler’s 1949 film ‘The Heiress’, starring Olivia de Havilland, has enduring appeal.
Click on the poppy above – and donate

Remembrance Day

Click on the poppy above – and donate

by Drugstore Culture

We are proud to run the poppy on our masthead.
Cheryl Cole and the heartbroken comeback strategy

Music

Cheryl Cole and the heartbroken comeback strategy

by Ryan Cahill

The release of the pop star's new song ‘Love Made Me Do It’ is benefiting from the tabloid drama between her and her ex, Liam Payne, but is this right?
The US mid-term results are just the start of youth’s revenge

Politics

The US mid-term results are just the start of youth’s revenge

by Jason Arthur and Lara Spirit

Youth turnout in the US was highest for a mid-term election in over a quarter of a century.
Is an evening with Michelle Obama worth £70,000?

Now

Is an evening with Michelle Obama worth £70,000?

by Olive Pometsey

Tens of thousands of people waited in a virtual queue to get tickets when they went on sale this morning.
Stop, you’ve been doing the phone thing wrong this whole time

Technology

Stop, you’ve been doing the phone thing wrong this whole time

by Simon Doherty

Do you really need a smartphone?
The art world's Afro Supa Hero

Art

The art world's Afro Supa Hero

by Lorayne Crawford

Jon Daniel was one of the most prominent black creatives of his generation.
The purpose of a playwright

Theatre

The purpose of a playwright

by Otto English

English has been writing plays since he was 21, but he still finds himself asking why
Are you as old as you feel?

Now

Are you as old as you feel?

by Matthew d'Ancona

Emile Ratelband, a 69-year-old Dutchman, argues that if trans people are permitted to change their gender, he should be allowed to change his legal date of birth.
We’ve not actually killed 60 per cent of all the animals, yet…   

Social

We’ve not actually killed 60 per cent of all the animals, yet…  

by Simon Doherty

But the reality is almost as alarming anyway.
Can you oppose abortion and still be a feminist?

Politics

Can you oppose abortion and still be a feminist?

by Alice Thwaite

Is thoughtful contact with those whose views we do not share a force for ‘mutual recognition’ and greater self-awareness?