Saturday, December 10, 2016

Six of the Best 649

"Richmond Park must be an inspiration for those wanting an open, tolerant Britain – and we must shout loud enough to wake the government from its sleepwalk towards a trade war," says Sarah Olney.

"Surviving and overcoming the Trump era will require that citizens recommit with seriousness to those values, and find ways to keep them alive in day-to-day life." Martin O'Neill on how we can fight off the threat Donald Trump.poses to to civil liberties and other core democratic values.

Rosalind Adams investigates how America’s largest psychiatric chain turns patients into profits.

Should we use "Dark Ages" to describe a period in our history? Howard Williams debates the question while visiting Tintagel.

Interviewed in 2012, Terry Jones talks about life inside Monty Python's Flying Circus.

Mimi Matthews shows that cats are responsible for all of English literature.

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