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Twelve ideas for Keir Starmer Winning policies from around the world that could help Labour Tom Clark

The wheel of history Edmund de Waal explores his heritage through precious objects Hella Pick


The world’s top thinkers for a turbulent world They range from war analysts to climate scientists and the philosophers rethinking sex

Striding into the unknown A series of global shocks has shaken settled assumptions Bill Emmott

The future of conservatism After Johnson, the Tories urgently need to rediscover their principles Malcolm Ri ind

Brexit after Boris When the fraudster goes, what happens to his biggest fraud? Rafael Behr

The meaning of Britain As a child of Jewish immigrants, I cherish this country’s traditions Mark Damazer

Time to put it on paper? Two eminent former judges debate the merits of a written constitution Jonathan Sumption & Kate O’Regan

The breakthrough Could mRNA vaccines help fight cancer and heart disease? Philip Ball

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