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When Phil Mitchell met Trump: Coldwar Steve and his Brexit Britain mashups

A screaming Donald Trump sits at the wheel of a white Austin Maestro van, rusting in a woodland glade. Cliff Richard sunbathes on the van’s roof. A concerned Noel Edmonds looks on as...

Trevor Noah: ‘If your name is Vladimir Putin, this was a very good day’

Late-night hosts on Monday discussed Donald Trump’s summit in Helsinki with Vladimir Putin, where the US president sided with Putin over his own intelligence agencies when asked about Russian meddling in the 2016...

Rebel Women: remembering Victorian New York's female activists

With regressive gender politics and a restrictive legal system, the Victorian era is not exactly remembered as an empowering era for women. But the Museum of the City of New York is shining...

Fallout 76: what you need to know about one of the biggest games of...

While billionaires buy up property in New Zealand and pay technologists huge sums of money for advice on how to keep their staff in check after “the event” – that is, whatever it...

Only 1% of children's books have BAME main characters – UK study

Only 1% of British children’s books feature a main character who is black or minority ethnic, a investigation into representations of people of colour has found, with the director calling the findings “stark...

A hotline to Satan: why is the ex-CEO of Vodafone making a film version...

In studio six, an actor has stripped to his pants and is waiting to be smeared with blood by two female dancers: one in a black leotard, the other in a white one....

Liverpool Biennial review – a beautiful, violent, explosive world

What I remember best of the 10thLiverpool Biennial are the eruptions of violence. Strange for a city-wide biennial called Beautiful World, Where Are You? The screaming woman and the three hideous attackers in Agnès...

Not the Booker prize 2018: nominate your favourite book of the year

The Not the Booker prize is back. Again! When we started back in 2009, the world was a different place – one Gordon Brown was prime minister and a TV host called Donald...

Latitude festival – teenage fans bring energy to middle-class kingdom

This time next year, you might hear some album-of-the-decade buzz around Solange and her leftfield R&B masterpiece A Seat at the Table. But featherlight blues and sober reflection are a tough sell live,...

War-torn Sarajevo’s camera kids, then and now – a photo essay

The children confined to Bjelave orphanage had suffered terribly – both because of the war, and from neglect and abuse. One journalist described the institution as “the worst place in Sarajevo apart from...

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Harvey Weinstein is a symptom of a much deeper problem

The views expressed here are solely those of the authors.I had a similar feeling after recent news stories recounted allegations against Harvey Weinstein....