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Society & Culture

Günter Grass and the German neurosis

The rag without qualities

14 Jun 2018

Paul Demarty bids farewell to the most hated man on Fleet Street

Understanding the dark side

07 Jun 2018

The art market continues to go up, says Rex Dunn, and one day it will crash. But what is happening to art?

A very British cover-up

07 Jun 2018

Conspiracies do happen, as the Jeremy Thorpe scandal proves. And Eddie Ford reckons the establishment might also conspire against Jeremy Corbyn in the event of a Labour victory

Space policy directive 2

31 May 2018

Donald Trump has signed a presidential directive designed to boost US space commerce and fend off any challenge from China. Jack Conrad says the left would be well advised not to welcome the latest promises of getting back to the moon and going on to Mars

Even better than expected

31 May 2018

The left has been timorous when it comes to fighting for abortion rights. Now it should go onto the offensive and demand a secular constitution, along with the confiscation of church wealth, writes Eddie Ford

For your protection

31 May 2018

The EU’s data protection law bodes ill for the internet’s anarchic side, argues Paul Demarty

Our bodies, our choice

24 May 2018

Whatever the result of the referendum, writes James Harvey, the fight for a woman’s right to choose will go on

Chronicler of consumer culture

24 May 2018

Tom Wolfe, March 2 1930 - May 14 2018

I'm part of the union

24 May 2018

Peter Purton Champions of equality: trade unions and LGBT rights in Britain Lawrence and Wishart, 2017, pp194, £20

Legalise them all

24 May 2018

James Linney condemns the timidity of Jeremy Corbyn and Diane Abbott

The rise of a Mini-Me Hitler

03 May 2018

Thomas Klikauer looks at the fruitcakes, loonies and out-and-out racists who inhabit the völkische wing of the AfD

The alternative to patriarchy

03 May 2018

The ‘sex wars’ discussed by Amia Srinivasan are a symptom of a deeper crisis, argues Rex Dunn

Corbyn: grow a backbone

03 May 2018

Sacrificing an outstanding anti-racist for having dared to criticise a pro-Israel MP will only increase the appetite of the right, warns Tony Greenstein

May’s crocodile tears

26 Apr 2018

The Windrush scandal has shone an unintended light on the position of present-day immigrants, writes Eddie Ford

No way back to normality

19 Apr 2018

The Stormy Daniels affair is more threatening to Trump than it might appear, writes Paul Demarty

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