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Why do some men still not understand successful women?

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Why do some men still not understand successful women?

Ada Hegerberg’s historic win at Ballon d’Or 2018 is now a conversation about Martin Solveig’s inappropriate twerking comment – making another watershed moment for women all about men. Isn’t it time we tackled this sort of sexism head on?

#MeToo was a mess. But, hopefully, most of us will be better off in the end

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#MeToo was a mess. But, hopefully, most of us will be better off in the end

Tanya Gold looks back on a year of #MeToo; why it was needed, what it did well, but also why it wasn’t perfect…

Why The Jackal isn’t doing Black Friday

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Why The Jackal isn’t doing Black Friday

This year, we’ve decided not to join the Black Friday madness. Here’s why

Remembering ‘Mad Jack’ Churchill, WWII’s most unconventional soldier

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Remembering ‘Mad Jack’ Churchill, WWII’s most unconventional soldier

War photographs tell myriad tales of heroism, sacrifice and tragedy. Even so, few are more outlandish than those of ‘Mad Jack’

What exactly does it mean to be ‘Sexiest Man Alive’?

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What exactly does it mean to be ‘Sexiest Man Alive’?

Idris Elba just won People magazine’s annual accolade. But what’s the point in it anyway?

The world is running out of food. How do we fix it?

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The world is running out of food. How do we fix it?

We’re running out of space to grow the food the world’s booming population needs. So what’s the solution?

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

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