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Corbyn Is Russia's `Useful Idiot' in Spy Case, Johnson Says -- "Jeremy Corbyn has joined this effort” on the Russian side

By Alex Morales

April 8, 2018, 7:06 AM EDT

  • Labour Party hits back, saying Johnson misled British public

  • Russian ambassador seeks meeting with U.K. foreign secretary…

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Birkenhead CLP leak adds to Labour Party anti-Semitism controversy

Above is an extraordinary leak from Birkenhead Constituency Labour Party (CLP). No,not to us. But to The Times!

Times journalist Sam Coates posted this extract of the minutes from recent Birkenhead CLP meeting on Twitter… 337 more words

Press | An inspired mining of art

Cristín Leach reviews Heroes & Villains (curated by Anne Boddaert and Michael Waldron) at Crawford Art Gallery in The Sunday Times (11 March 2018).

An inspired mining of art from the Crawford collection to tell an engaging story with a timely theme.

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Famous for 15 minutes

It’s Mothering Sunday in the UK. After a lie in I expected to decide whether to chance a walk in the sunshine, or to spend the day curled up with a good book. 539 more words


An end to suffering: an interview with Pankaj Mishra

The comment thread under a YouTube video featuring Pankaj Mishra tends to get crowded quickly. The Indian novelist, essayist, literary critic, lecturer, and reporter has that effect on people – perhaps never more so than with his latest book, Age of Anger. 1,198 more words

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The Art of the Con: an interview with Richard Flanagan

It seems inevitable now that Richard Flanagan would come to know Siegfried Heidl better than John Friedrich. Heidl is a work of fiction, but he is Flanagan’s creation; Friedrich on the other hand, when all is said and done, was a man Flanagan spent just three weeks with, some 30 years ago. 1,075 more words

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