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Prom 45: Mississippi Goddam: A Portrait of Nina Simone is a thrilling celebration of a musical icon  Jules Buckley and the Metropole Orkest pay tribute to Nina Simone's life and work with singers Lisa Fischer and Ledisi...
Six takeaways from Japan and South Korea scrapping their intelligence-sharing agreement  “There has been a tremendous disturbance in the Force.” " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
Improved GCSE results disguise a fail for Theresa May  The attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers is widening again.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
No, Angela Merkel hasn't handed Boris Johnson a lifeline on the backstop  The choice before the United Kingdom remains unchanged.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img=""...
John Humphrys and David Davis joke on live radio about a man punching his partner  A Russian dancer was disqualified from the World Tango Championships for assaulting his wife. Bantz! "...
How austerity has caused an emergency service crisis in France  Hospital staff and thousands of others are striking in protest at a lack of funding, deteriorating working conditions and rampant precarisation.  "...
Five things you need to know today: Johnson to meet Macron after Brexit demands rejected  Plus, Trump plans indefinite detention of migrant families, MPs urge abandonment of car ownership, protesters march on Jacinda...
Four Seven (For W.R.F.M)  A new poem by Grey Gowrie. " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img=""> Snowmelt sogs the field; the farmer...
Channel 4 comedy This Way Up is a funny, moving exploration of loneliness  Written by Aisling Bea and starring her and Sharon Horgan as two sisters, This Way Upis quietly powerful. "...
From Facebook to Vote Leave: how we entered into a war against reality  How information is weaponised in our divided age. " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img=""> In 2001, a...
Fear, shame, guilt, death: how the Second World War affected ordinary Germans  The German people were seduced by Hitler’s message of glorious blood sacrifice – right up until it needed to be paid.    "...
The return of rave culture  The spirit of rave is back in music, film, art and even political protest. Could it be not just a re-enactment of the past, but a roadmap for the future? "...
Digging Deep with Robert Plant is relaxed, revealing and short  At its best, this is a podcast that sounds like it was mooted in a pub one night – and then someone turned up the following morning with a recording device before...
Letter of the Week: Hobsbawm the pragmatist  A selection of the best letters received from our readers this week. Email [email protected] to have your thoughts voiced in theNew Statesman magazine. "...
Justice in the balance: the fight for power and influence in the US Supreme Court  Controversial abortion laws threaten to bring a woman’s right to choose back before America’s highest court. And with its liberal justices...
Are the Conservatives really polling at 42 per cent?  The latest in a never-ending series.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img="">...
Will the next general election be 2017 all over again?  Labour hope that they can repeat their campaign success. Can they?  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img=""...
What Boris Johnson and the Brexiteers get wrong about the backstop  The purpose of the backstop is to uphold the Good Friday Agreement's mandated purposes: it is not anti-democratic. "...
Why Italy is heading for crisis once more  Can Matteo Salvini’s march to power be thwarted? " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img="">...
Why Labour is losing in the north  On the party’s urgent fight for its traditional heartlands in an era of evaporating loyalties.  " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-max-img=""> On...
The great university con: how the British degree lost its value  Never before has Britain had so many qualified graduates. And never before have their qualifications amounted to so little. Each year, we are producing waves of...
Personal Story: Grief, memory and an old PlayStation game  Our favourite game was a platform adventure called Croc: Legend of the Gobbos. Now that 20-odd years have passed and my friend has died, I dream aboutCroc.  "...
Will a no-deal Brexit lead to mass culling of sheep?  A price collapse could threaten one of Britain’s oldest industries. " data-adaptive-image-768-img="" data-adaptive-image-1024-img=""...
The strange cult of Dominic Cummings  The self-mythologising special adviser is built on studied dishevelment, maverick energy and excoriating irreverence. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=""...
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