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Russia’s once-richest man, now one of its most prominent dissidents, believes regime change will happen — but only by force
Henry Mance on new scientific research on pigs. Plus, what a new style of skyscraper says about how our cities are designed
The philosopher has emerged as one of today’s most innovative feminist thinkers, analysing how women are constrained by politics, culture and technology
The discreet monarch has presided over decades of change while remaining largely an enigma
Christ Church issues statement as dispute with Martyn Percy continues despite £1.2mn settlement
Sir Tim Laurence, head of English Heritage, on the challenges of conservation in the 21st century
The British political historian has been observing Westminster since the 1970s, but he has never been this furious
A more rounded view of their interior lives would have huge commercial implications — as Carl Icahn’s battle with McDonald’s suggests
This very readable account of an institution in flux is entertaining but light on revelations
Can the train really rival the plane for a journey across the continent? Henry Mance travels from London to Budapest to find out
It was once considered a milestone, but as many in the west live longer and have children later, what does it really mean?
It is understandable that Ukrainian sports stars think silence on Moscow’s invasion is betrayal
The outgoing chief inspector of constabulary on kicking out bad cops, getting his own back on the bullies — and why he keeps 29,970 press cuttings in his shed
Collectively we need to remember the benefits of open justice and open government
Pandemic puppies expect to be with their humans all day — including in the office
The Canadian ecologist on protecting imperilled forests, the limits of science — and why trees and humans are more similar than we might think
Ash Barty fulfilled her dream of winning Wimbledon — now she wants to start again with something else
The cost of living next to Boris Johnson weighs heavily on UK chancellor as he tries to roll back the years
Antone Martinho-Truswell makes a surprising case for humans resembling birds more than mammals. Does his argument take flight?
True heroism lies in modesty and a healthy degree of self-doubt
As Roman Abramovich tries to sell Chelsea, the Premier League must grapple with owners using its brand to wash their own
If you were expecting jingoism from the UK’s ‘Unboxed’ celebrations, think again
Hard as it is to believe, the situation in Ukraine could be worse under different US leadership
Elizabeth II’s endurance may have infantilised her family. Her retirement would prod them to take responsibility.
However good the intentions, social media-driven charity donations are particularly vulnerable to inefficiencies