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That jeering sound you can hear is Europe laughing at Britain | Andrew Rawnsley | Opinion | The Guardian

That jeering sound you can hear is Europe laughing at Britain | Andrew Rawnsley | Opinion | The Guardian

How to make corn and pomegranate kachumber | The Independent

How to make corn and pomegranate kachumber | The Independent

Brexit broadside: British officials bristle at Danish scorn | Politics | The Guardian

Brexit broadside: British officials bristle at Danish scorn | Politics | The Guardian

Frank Turner interview: 'The world has changed in a way that I feel demands comment' | The Independent

Frank Turner interview: 'The world has changed in a way that I feel demands comment' | The Independent

The Quietus | Features | A Masterpiece: Simon Price On Manic Street Preachers' Futurology

The Quietus | Features | A Masterpiece: Simon Price On Manic Street Preachers' Futurology

Canadian architect turned photographer David Burdeny presents a collection of images showcasing the stunning and elaborate Moscow and St. Petersburg Metro

Canadian architect turned photographer David Burdeny presents a collection of images showcasing the stunning and elaborate Moscow and St. Petersburg Metro

It was mere coincidence that, on a cold weekend in November 2014, the people of Europe marked the start and the end of the most compelling and most violent story in human history in markedly different ways.

It was mere coincidence that, on a cold weekend in November 2014, the people of Europe marked the start and the end of the most compelling and most violent story in human history in markedly different ways.

The VC-10 was one of the most graceful airliners to fly. These photos capture the aircraft at its most spectacular and dynamic.

The VC-10 was one of the most graceful airliners to fly. These photos capture the aircraft at its most spectacular and dynamic.

In issue 156 of Classic Rock, we talked to the surviving members of Big Country about their rise, fall, and subsequent rise — and the suicide of Stuart Adamson

In issue 156 of Classic Rock, we talked to the surviving members of Big Country about their rise, fall, and subsequent rise — and the suicide of Stuart Adamson

The frontman reflects on nearly 30 years of musical output.

The frontman reflects on nearly 30 years of musical output.