Fewer bags and better people

As I scanned my trusty £3 Sainsbury’s meal deal at the counter last Friday I realised the fateful day had come. No longer could I rely on glorious plastic bag to carry my every whim, at no extra charge. No more could I walk blindly on by whilst costlessly packaging my almost edible food within […]

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Cameron’s problems are in the past, not the future

Few pursuits have as much a tendency to rely on hindsight as political journalism; that wonderful ability for chroniclers, biographers and opinion-formers to impose grand arcs of narrative over events that felt messy, gritty, unplanned and chaotic; to make retrospectively a motorway from a winding, muddy track. The structural break for our latest story-telling amnesia […]

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