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Courts in 39 American states still admit the “gay-panic” defence
Jan Morris died on November 20th
Can farming be greener after the common agricultural policy?
Economic data, markets and commodities
Why Europe’s second, less severe lockdowns are working
Economic data, markets and commodties
KAL’s cartoon
An exhilarating life of Mozart
In “The Abstainer”, Ian McGuire returns to the 19th century
The blessed and cursed life of Diego Maradona
Bad debts in China
Black Friday isn’t what it used to be
Why Sweden struggles to curb gang violence
Budget deficits should depend on the unemployment rate
Social unrest has fuelled a boom for the diversity industry
Why office morale will be hard to maintain this year
British farming after the common agricultural policy
Hawala traders are being squeezed by regulators and covid-19
West Africans are dying trying to reach the Canary Islands
Christine Lagarde is taking the ECB out of its comfort zone
An elegy for the world’s biggest creatures
Britain’s vaccine roll-out takes shape
Giant prehistoric sharks left their young in nurseries
The Ugandan state shoots scores of citizens dead
As China’s power waxes, the West’s study of it is waning
Will big firms benefit from the covid crunch?
America will be the first country to roll out a covid-19 vaccine
The “gay-panic” defence remains legally admissible in 39 American states
Donald Trump’s sanctions in the Middle East have had little effect
The spending review reveals the strains on the Tory party
How long will Sweden’s nationalists be excluded from power?
Sicily is desperate for the EU’s cash
Business this week
Sri Lanka’s Tamil minority has become more politically fractured
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