Weekend long reads

Read about Rehab USA, Adam Smith, Penelope Lively, the big to-do at Great Tew and much more

As overdose numbers soar, many experts are recommending medication over abstinence

Often misread as a prophet of laissez-faire, the father of modern economics would have radical remedies for the 21st century

A pretty Oxfordshire village is the setting for a dispute that involves a reclusive squire, a surprise inheritance and a US billionaire

The novelist talks about literature, longevity — and why she’s still bothered by a single word she wrote in 1987

They make for haunting, otherworldly exploration. But the great glaciers are under threat

Civilisations have engaged in espionage since biblical times — but the ethics of spying remain as murky as ever

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