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Rachel Hutchings enjoys the sun, sea, and sharks of South Africa.
Michelle Hufschmid focuses on the example of British Rail to make the case for nationalisation, while Peter Saville contends that the wave of privatisations since the 1980s has been an enormous net gain for ordinary people as well as business
11 years ago, Luiz Felipe Scolari left Palmeiras in a blaze of glory. Now, merely a year after returning to the club, the enigmatic 62-year-old could well be on his way once again — this time under a cloud of controversy. Aleks Klosok looks at an unhappy homecoming for 'Big Phil'
This week's singles plus some stuff
Michael Jacob records a few days in the life of rough-sleeper Chad
So delicious they printed it twice.
Following last week's release of their promotional newspaper 'The Universal Sigh', Remi recommends new takes on Radiohead classics
The ‘fourth wall’ refers to the invisible divide between actors and audience in realistic theatre, sealing the acting space off from the auditorium. The...
This week's Not Wong constructs the principled case for a rerun of the European referendum, asking the question of whether truly democratic decisions can be made by uninformed electorates.