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So you want to be a writer? Essential tips for aspiring novelists

“Nobody can advise you and help you, nobody,” said Rainer Maria Rilke in Letters to a Young Poet more than a century ago. “There is only one way. Go into yourself.” Rilke, of course, was right – nobody but yourself can help. In the end it all comes down

13 May 2017 in Art & Culture

'People still want to work here': can British business survive Brexit?

Towards the end of a production line deep inside a factory near Cardiff, two workers are almost halfway through their 120-hour shift. The grey and white ABB YuMi robots have torsos, shoulders, elbows and hands, and the physiques of heavyweight boxers. Th

13 May 2017 in Lifestyle

Harrow West: can Labour hold its 'lucky' seat of 20 years?

On election night in 1997, Gareth Thomas, Labour’s 29-year-old candidate for Harrow West, went to the count with two prepared speeches: one if he came second, the other if he came third. Labour had never won this seat; the Conservatives had a 17,800 majo

12 May 2017 in Politics

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