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3-9 May 2024


9 Headache in Holyrood Chris Deerin on why a change of leader won’t save the SNP

20 The meaning of Starmerism The ideas and thinkers shaping the next government

26 The curse of choice

Gillian Tett on how playlist politics threatens democracy

30 Lost generation Sophie McBain on the youth loneliness epidemic

36 Sport’s wealth wars Ed Smith on the lessons of golf ’s bitter feud

44 Self-expressionism Michael Prodger on Kandinsky’s circle

59 The tortured muses department Tracey Thorn on Joan Baez and Bob Dylan

Party principles: what’s driving Keir Starmer’s politics?

The roots of loneliness

Expressionism: life in colour

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