How the Pirelli calendar went from pin-up to political

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Last Christmas, the best-selling calendars for 2017 included Little Mix, Justin Bieber, Kelly Brook and, umm… Cliff Richard. But it’s fair to say... Read More

Fever Ray: on pleasure, patriarchy and political revolution

Fever Ray: on pleasure, patriarchy and political revolution

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] In the wake of Plunge, her first album in eight years, Karin Dreijer opens up about her queer re-awakening, motherhood and the joys of Tinder... Read More

Facebook to show who buys political ads

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Facebook has announced measures to make political advertising on the social media platform more transparent. Political advertisers will have to verify their identity and location and their posts will carry... Read More

Jeremy Corbyn: We are the political mainstream now

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Jeremy Corbyn has said Labour now stands “on the threshold of power” because its policies are “what most people in our country actually... Read More

Bon Iver review – gadget show becomes political and personal

Bon Iver review – gadget show becomes political and personal

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Opera House, BlackpoolPlaying to a crowd of out-of-towners, Justin Vernon’s stripped-back band mixes martial Aphex Twin electronics with their traditional melancholy It’s a decade since... Read More

John McDonnell: Grenfell victims 'murdered by political decisions'

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Labour’s John McDonnell has claimed victims of the Grenfell Tower fire were “murdered” by “political decisions”. The shadow chancellor made the claims at a Glastonbury Festival event on Sunday –... Read More

Europe's First Underwater Museum Has a Decidedly Political Narrative

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Photo Credit: Jason deCaires Taylor/CactlanZarote British artist Jason deCaires Taylor’s latest exhibit is eerie, beautiful and thought-provoking, and one which can only be seen by going 45 feet below the... Read More