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Michael Morpurgo calls for a rethink on how we deal with refugees.
Rebecca Stott imagines a day when Kharkiv and other Ukrainian cities can be rebuilt.
Observations on the Jubilee weekend by a bemused foreign visitor to London.
Howard Jacobson reflects on birthdays, ageing and Macbeth's incorrigible optimism.
Will Self on why we are in thrall to nostalgia.
Driving the American Dream
Sarah Dunant reflects on a historic moment in US history - the overturning of Roe v Wade.
Zoe Strimpel on why we need more billionaires - the richer the better.
The Meanings of Conservatism
John Gray ponders the true meaning of Conservatism.
Chance and Opportunity
David Goodhart ponders the idea of 'smart luck'.
Climate Change and the Fall of Icarus
Tom Shakespeare grapples with a tricky personal decision over his carbon footprint.
Howard Jacobson reflects on summer festivals, conformity and a dancing cockatoo.
No Final Frontier
Sara Wheeler navigates the tricky issue of voice appropriation.
The Samsara of Salmon
John Connell reflects on the plight of vanishing salmon and what it means for our planet