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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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Sunday Soapbox: My eyes had to fail so I could see straight

This week, our editor-in-chief has his eyes opened, goes easy on lunch, and battles with ordinariness

Look well, comment, soapbox

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Sunday Soapbox: If I tell you that you look well, it means you look well

There’s a difference between calling a woman fat and telling her she looks well. It’s in the words

Cricket, Jackal magazine

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Sunday Soapbox: Sport serves its audience, not the other way round

This week, our editor-in-chief bowls in on 100-ball cricket, the rights and wrongs of straws, and James Bond’s baby

Sunday Soapbox: there’s no smoke without a picture of a dying baby

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Sunday Soapbox: there’s no smoke without a picture of a dying baby

For fans of responsible hedonism, the promise of impending death and impotence preached by tobacco packaging sticks in the throat. It’s also nonsense

Johnny Mercer: A warrior in Westminster

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Johnny Mercer: A warrior in Westminster

Tipped for the frontbench, former army captain Johnny Mercer MP wants to run the MOD. Some are saying he might even be our next prime minister. Could he be?

Individualism is a sham. Join a club, a society, a church – or die alone

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Individualism is a sham. Join a club, a society, a church – or die alone

Edward Davies’ take on how being an active member of society means more than reaching for self-actualisation. It’s best to be part of something bigger than yourself

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