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Top author and children's laureate publish illustrated poem on the dangers of testing children too early

Man of Iron: Thomas Telford and the Building of Britain by Julian Glover review – the colossus of roads | Books | The Guardian

Man of Iron: Thomas Telford and the Building of Britain by Julian Glover review – the colossus of roads

This is an evocative biography of Britain’s greatest civil engineer, who can take the credit for much of the industrial revolution’s architecture

Austerity is the cause of our economic woes. It’s nothing to do with the EU | Mariana Mazzucato | Opinion | The Guardian

Austerity is the cause of our economic woes. It’s nothing to do with the EU

The referendum shows how far Britain’s economic failures have divided the country, but Brexit will only make them harder to address

Shakespeare: who put those thoughts in his head? | Culture | The Guardian

Shakespeare: who put those thoughts in his head?

Today everybody reads Shakespeare. Jonathan Bate on the writers who shaped the world’s greatest playwright – and the three books the Bard would pick for Desert Island Discs

Shakespeare: who put those thoughts in his head? | Culture | The Guardian

Shakespeare: who put those thoughts in his head?

Today everybody reads Shakespeare. Jonathan Bate on the writers who shaped the world’s greatest playwright – and the three books the Bard would pick for Desert Island Discs

Crime, social climbing, shotgun weddings: meet the Shakespeares | Culture | The Guardian

Crime, social climbing, shotgun weddings: meet the Shakespeares

Crime, social climbing, shotgun weddings: meet the Shakespeares | Culture | The Guardian

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has given several of its paintings new, more PC titles – but how far should such changes go? Joseph Harker and Stephen Moss debate

Should we censor art and books to fit our times?

As waves of shock and sadness broke across the country after the murder of Jo Cox last week, it was hard for anyone to find the right words for what had happened.

Jo Cox and Philip Larkin's The Mower: why internet mourners turn to poetry

As waves of shock and sadness broke across the country after the murder of Jo Cox last week, it was hard for anyone to find the right words for what had happened.


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