23 - 29 May 2014
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Why the left keeps losing: John Gray on the election and the new political battlegrounds.
Disunited Royals: Simon Jenkins on what Harry and Meghan’s rift means for the monarchy
• Tim Flannery on Australia’s wildfire losses
• Kate Mossman meets Jeff Goldblum
• Andrew Glazzard on HG Wells
• Amelia Tait on hope in hard times