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The HSBC whistleblower on Edward Snowden and fearing for his life

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The Colombian beaches cars can’t reach

A remote coastal village founded by fugitive slaves is opening up to tourism

Detail from Francis Bacon's Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne
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Francis Bacon and the old masters

A new show in Norwich pairs the painter with masterpieces from the Hermitage — and delights Jackie Wullschlager

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Tabitha Simmons, the new queen of footwear

What did it take? Hard work, a lot of shoe leather — and a little help from Alexa Chung

New architecture in the Hebrides

A ‘third wave’ of innovative holiday homes is reinvigorating the Scottish islands

Coming to terms with coalitions

Bill Emmott considers the legacy of the Tory-Lib Dem experiment

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Philippe Sands

The law professor on fathers and sons, and his film ‘A Nazi Legacy’

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‘A God in Ruins’, by Kate Atkinson

In the follow-up to ‘Life After Life’, a veteran’s quiet heroism collides with his daughter’s strident ideals

Interview: Iranian artist Shirin Neshat

In exile from her home country, the multimedia artist has shows in Washington and Baku

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