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A Protestant country is a free country

26 April 2014

The many blessings of Christianity

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Old Labour, New Danger

26 April 2014

If he wins the next election, Ed Miliband is set to unleash a radical Old Labour agenda

Ed Miliband's Speech To Scottish Labour Party Conference

Meet Team Miliband

26 April 2014

The political pack behind Ed’s campaign for No. 10

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Clinton vs Bush — again

26 April 2014

The American political establishment looks increasingly like an oligarchy

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Subterranea is sexy

26 April 2014

Our strange fascination with tunnels, bunkers, and all things underground

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Notes from Damascus

26 April 2014

Plus: The memory of Jeffrey Bernard, and the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide

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Investment special: Sell your Ferraris

26 April 2014

The luxury bubble will pop

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Investment special: How to come out top in the pensions revolution

26 April 2014

Soon, you’ll be able to do whatever you like with your life savings. So what are the best options?

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Investment special: Boom time in Africa

26 April 2014

The continent is teeming with entrepreneurs and investment opportunities

New old city: Dresden

Notes on… Eastern Germany

26 April 2014

The country behind the wall

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The return of God: atheism's crisis of faith

19 April 2014

When we talk about morals, we end up back talking about religion. That's a good thing

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Would human life be sacred in an atheist world?

19 April 2014

It's disturbingly hard to say so

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Don't call him an oligarch - meeting Dmitry Firtash

19 April 2014

A rare interview with Ukraine's mystery billionaire

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As a doctor, I’d rather have HIV than diabetes

19 April 2014

One of the most feared diseases in the world is now, for British doctors, a manageable chronic condition. It’s a triumph we’re oddly scared to talk about

Della Francesca’s ‘Resurrection’

The mathematical revolution behind ‘the greatest picture in the world’

19 April 2014

Piero della Francesca, maths and masterpieces

View to the Acropolis

Where it's all kicking off in Athens nightlife

A savvy visitor's guide to the post-crisis Greek capital

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Shakespeare invented Britain. Now he can save it

12 April 2014

We need the voice of our shared culture now more than ever

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Scots and English are the same people, with different accents. Why pretend otherwise?

12 April 2014

Why are unionists so scared to talk about what unites us?

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How fascist is Ukraine's Svoboda?

12 April 2014

Not at all, says its members. Just a little, well, 'emotional'...

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Why can’t country views be protected from wind turbines?

12 April 2014

In cities, changes to the skyline are subject to careful planning. Not so here

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The summer of love

12 April 2014

On Costard the Clown and a half-forgotten showbiz dream

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Governments have failed — mayors are the future

12 April 2014

The power to effect real change may lie with dynamic city halls rather than ossified national governments

Reading: it’s not as solitary as you might think

Book clubs

12 April 2014

Everyone knows somebody who belongs to a book club. From informal gatherings of bookish friends in living rooms and cafés to ticketed events organised by newspapers, publishers and hubs like… Read more

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We have a new climate change consensus — and it's good news everyone

5 April 2014

Climate change is now a question of adaptation. And it's not as frightening a question as you might think

Energy Price Rises Leave Elderly With Fuel Debts

How green policies hurt the poor

5 April 2014

Cold? Hungry? Short of cash? You can always eat carbon credits...