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2-8 June 2023


16 The greed recession How corporate profits threaten Britain’s economy

24 Rise of the midlife woke Andrew Marr on a volatile new political demographic

30 Beijing’s world-view Bruno Maçães meets China’s ambassador to the EU

36 Sympathy for the devil Olivia Pym on the moral universe of Succession

40 A new England Andrew Motion on the forging of Essex’s identity

48 Deborah Levy’s doppelgängers Alex Clark on a novel of identity and enchantment

57 Divine comedy Rachel Cunliffe on Justin Welby and John Cleese

From Beijing to Brussels: Fu Cong, China’s EU ambassador

Andrew Motion on Essex

Why midli e politics leans le t

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