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There should be an ethnic minority figure on the new £50 note

Society

There should be an ethnic minority figure on the new £50 note

by Matthew d'Ancona

DRUGSTORE CULTURE's Editor-in-Chief has put his name to a letter calling on the Bank of England to do the right thing.
Movie Advent #16: Trading Places

Christmas

Movie Advent #16: Trading Places

by Matthew d'Ancona

John Landis’s 1983 comedy might just be the funniest Christmas fairy tale ever told.
A vegan can have everything at Christmas

Christmas

A vegan can have everything at Christmas

by Pamela Hutchinson

Our writer explains how she has managed to enjoy a meat-free festive season for the past two decades.
In praise of Suede

Music

In praise of Suede

by Alexander Larman

The band hasn’t just returned in the past few years – they’ve returned to something like their best.
Movie Advent #15: The Box of Delights

Christmas

Movie Advent #15: The Box of Delights

by James Oliver

A festive TV series that doesn’t need CGI effects to keep its magic alive.
Weekend Watch: Hable con Ella

Movies

Weekend Watch: Hable con Ella

by Harriet Marsden

This movie might stray from Pedro Almodóvar’s usual directorial style, but it’s still one of his best works.
From crude cribs to children’s drawings: the evolution of the nativity

Christmas

From crude cribs to children’s drawings: the evolution of the nativity

by Claudia Massie

The manger scene may seem synonymous with Christmas today, but it hasn’t always been that way.
Movie Advent #14: A Christmas Carol

Christmas

Movie Advent #14: A Christmas Carol

by Pamela Hutchinson

In many ways this adaptation of Dickens’s novel is the Tiny Tim of ‘A Christmas Carol’ movies.
The joys and limitations of today’s socially-conscious cinema

Movies

The joys and limitations of today’s socially-conscious cinema

by James Oliver

We’ll be able to properly judge the merits of films like ‘Moonlight’ and ‘Black Panther’ after the age of Trump.
Christmas Day + Brexit = no deal

Christmas

Christmas Day + Brexit = no deal

by Nimrod Kamer

Turkey and politics don’t go very well together, but our guidelines should help you to cope.
Movie Advent #13: It's A Wonderful Life

Christmas

Movie Advent #13: It's A Wonderful Life

by James Oliver

It’s the ultimate Christmas movie staple.
Nick Bashall and Nicky Philipps paint with an audience for Khula Education

Art

Nick Bashall and Nicky Philipps paint with an audience for Khula Education

by Olive Pometsey

The renowned artists had a live audience as they painted Temperley muse Lyne Renée for charity at Mayfair’s Mark’s Club.
A victory that settles absolutely nothing

Politics

A victory that settles absolutely nothing

by Matthew d'Ancona

May's survival doesn't really change the fundamental facts of British politics – Brexit is still a mess.
I know exactly why men fancy Mary Poppins

Movies

I know exactly why men fancy Mary Poppins

by Nichi Hodgson

The practically perfect nanny’s return to the big screen isn’t just for children.
Blue lights and awkward gyrating: are office Christmas parties worth the embarrassment?

Christmas

Blue lights and awkward gyrating: are office Christmas parties worth the embarrassment?

by Simon Doherty

‘Tis the season for sex, drugs and HR complaints.
Movie Advent #12: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Christmas

Movie Advent #12: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

by Alexander Larman

Is this one of the most demented festive movies imaginable?
While parliament navel gazes, young people are taking action

Politics

While parliament navel gazes, young people are taking action

by Amanda Chetwynd-Cowieson and Cathleen Clarke

Young people from across the country are at parliament today campaigning for a People’s Vote.
A sideshow, not a solution

Politics

A sideshow, not a solution

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘This evening’s vote on Theresa May’s leadership is a distraction, an indulgence and a parlour game.’