23 - 29 May 2014
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The Fateful Chancellor: Angela Merkel and the end of an era, by Jeremy Cliffe, plus:
• Sophie McBain on trans rights and the politics of gender
• Gordon Brown: Emma Raducanu’s Britain is a rebuke to nationalists
• Sarah Manavis on mastering the mental game of tennis