26 November 2011
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Thoroughly modern Mary
Anthony Quinn reviews Mary Queen of Scots: Josie Rourke's film plays fast and loose with history but has some smart cinematography and costume design
Respecting the human form
Claims that the first people have been born with edited genomes raise deep ethical problems at the attempt to overcome human nature / by John Haldane
For whom does the great bell of Kiev toll?
The recognition of a new independent Orthodox Church in Ukraine has healed one schism but threatens a much greater one / by Edward Farrugia
How to solve the British housing crisis
An economist explains why the UK has seen a sharp rise in the number of rough sleepers, and suggests a radical plan of intervention / by Philip Booth