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Birmingham: 'I'd like to vote Labour but things aren’t changing so I feel like I can’t'

Fort Dunlop was once one of the largest factories in the world. Described at times as a small city with its own internal railway system, it was a powerful symbol of British manufacturing – its imposing structure looming over the Birmingham landscape. At

9 May 2017 in Politics

Bish-bash-bosh: how Phyllida Barlow conquered the art world at 73

The story of Phyllida Barlow’s precipitous rise to art-world fame is irresistible, and it has been told and retold so many times that it has taken on the quality of myth. It goes something like this. Once upon a time, in the middle of the last century, a

9 May 2017 in Art & Culture

Tuesday briefing: Mac reboot in France gives EU back its mojo

Top story: ‘New phase’ dawns for advancing the EU Good morning, it’s Warren Murray starting you off today. Three down, one to go – that’s the vibe in Brussels as the EU leadership rides a wave of relief after Emmanuel Macron’s victory in the French presi

9 May 2017 in World News

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