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Why there are no modern day style icons

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Why there are no modern day style icons

Today’s crop of red carpet dressers aren’t a patch on the Hollywood stars of yesteryear, writes our Deputy Editor

What does the Brett Kavanaugh farrago actually mean for the Supreme Court?

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What does the Brett Kavanaugh farrago actually mean for the Supreme Court?

Fortunately, the balance of power still lies elsewhere, says The Jackal’s man in America

David Baddiel: Four custard doughnuts made me believe in social media

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David Baddiel: Four custard doughnuts made me believe in social media

Social media is reviled – and rightly so. But, sometimes, something so simple as sharing your breakfast reveals its good side, argues David Baddiel

Can we trust voice activated technology?

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Can we trust voice activated technology?

With privacy at the forefront of everyone’s minds, two tech-insiders go head to head on the issue of the day

Put a restraining order on yourself. We’ll all be much better off for it

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Put a restraining order on yourself. We’ll all be much better off for it

Temperance is an old-fashioned word. But maybe, right now, it’s just what we need, argues Edward Davies

Actually, Brett Kavanaugh won’t have the impact we think he will

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Actually, Brett Kavanaugh won’t have the impact we think he will

A new Supreme Court justice won’t make a supreme difference, argues our man in America

Is vegan food finally worth eating?

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Is vegan food finally worth eating?

A new range of products might actually tempt you away from that juicy steak

Not all men buy nice things because they’re ‘fighting for dominance’…

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Not all men buy nice things because they’re ‘fighting for dominance’…

The idea that men’s appreciation of status symbols is a metaphor for willy-waving is simplistic drivel

Whether we like the Deep State or not, it’s got a job to do – upholding democracy

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Whether we like the Deep State or not, it’s got a job to do – upholding democracy

With controversial figures like Donald Trump, Steve Bannon and Sean Hannity, the conspiracy of the Deep State continues

Sunday Soapbox: If you don’t want to eat animals, move to the Moon

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Sunday Soapbox: If you don’t want to eat animals, move to the Moon

Living on this planet means subordination, not abdication

Are London’s new skyscrapers destroying the capital?

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Are London’s new skyscrapers destroying the capital?

Two experts make their cases for and against the city’s new skyline

Sunday Soapbox: I missed the part where we asked for everything to get more complicated

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Sunday Soapbox: I missed the part where we asked for everything to get more complicated

This week, our editor-in-chief battles with too much technology, finds an excuse for speeding fines and looks for value in the honours system

The problem with London’s knife crime cuts both ways

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The problem with London’s knife crime cuts both ways

The police needs to step up, argues Edward Davies – but so do families and communities

Conspiracy theories are making the world go round (and flat)

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Conspiracy theories are making the world go round (and flat)

Conspiracy theories are on the rise – and David Baddiel can point to why

Whether we like the Deep State or not, it’s got a job to do

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Whether we like the Deep State or not, it’s got a job to do

The Deep State is Trump’s public enemy number one. But doesn’t that make it a good thing?

Sunday Soapbox: Let’s make a good week for women a good week for us all

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Sunday Soapbox: Let’s make a good week for women a good week for us all

Ireland’s transition into the 21st century will have many benefits. It also creates a moment to acknowledge we’re better working together as men and women

Opt out, Jackal magazine

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Sunday Soapbox: turn on, tune in and opt out

This week, GDPR lands like a big wagging finger in the digital sky. What if opting-out were the start of something much bigger?

Sunday Soapbox doublethink fast food

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Sunday Soapbox: Just because it might make kids thin doesn’t make Doublethink right

Our editor-in-chief queries the London mayor’s call to ban fast food ads, and asks why songs about vaginas make us happy

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