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The Warrior

Georges Antoine Rochegrosse. 1916.


Am I Reading the Newspaper Correctly?

Illustration by Matt Ferguson |

For years now I’ve been buying the newspaper once a week. Every Saturday morning I stumble out the front door and pick up my copy of the Guardian. 398 more words


To remain young forever

Or not.

First let me say how boring I often find the Guardian Review. A few short snippets don’t make up for pages and pages on things I have little interest in, or written in such a way that I find I don’t much care anyway. 209 more words


Haul; Collective Haul #11

I wanted to integrate this with my previous post but I thought I’d just dedicate the previous one to Althea (post link here).

I couldn’t fit everything into one picture. 402 more words


Countdown to War

Several blog posts last year reported on our John Rylands Research Institute-funded project to catalogue the European foreign correspondence in the Guardian Archive. Sandra Cruise has been continuing this work, and reports on the foreign correspondence dating from 1936-1939: 1,579 more words


The strange rebirth of the English Left (A New England)

The English Left are back. Woolly liberals are out, Guardian readership has plummeted, moderates are passé and simply out of tune. People are fighting for Labour to be left once more. 38 more words