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Bernardine Evaristo: 'These are unprecedented times for black female writers'
Chidera Eggerue, AKA The Slumflower, is a social media star, south-east London homegirl and feminist. She first came to ...
Israel Folau reportedly tells Australian Christian Lobby he would 'absolutely' repeat anti-gay posts
Israel Folau, who is fighting Rugby Australia in a federal court and was the headline speaker at the Australian Christian ...
Romesh Ranganathan takes on his family at Fortnite: ‘I have everything on the line’
A while ago, I wrote a column about the division in my family that Fortnite was creating, with my kids playing it nonstop and ...
The week in theatre: There Are No Beginnings; Solaris; A History of Water in the Middle East – review
‘Exceptionally distilled’: (l-r) Julie Hesmondhalgh, Natalie Gavin, Tessa Parr and Jesse Jones in There Are No Beginnings, at ...
Streaming: Meryl Streep kicks off a season of starry Netflix offerings
Back in February, I wrote about how Soderbergh’s spiky, iPhone-shot sports-business drama High Flying Bird announced him as ...
Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth
Volunteers were asked to watch faces flash up on a screen while their brain activity was monitored. Photograph: Getty ...
Germany shooting: data on online spread of livestreamed attack kept secret
A makeshift memorial of candles and flowers outside of the synagogue in Halle an der Saale, eastern Germany. Photograph: Jan ...
Rain by Mary and Bryan Talbot review – climate-crisis graphic novel
“We provide help in disaster areas all around the world,” says the aid agency volunteer serving warm samosas. “Not usually in ...