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The Dutch writer on tax, our inner altruism and why big names mean so little
The outspoken DC chef on threats to global food supplies, Trump — and why restaurants will rebound
The Finnish politician on ‘Fixit’, his love of Millwall — and why the pandemic will favour populists
The England cricketer on finding his faith, burnout — and why he can’t wait to get back on the pitch
The Wall Street strategist talks about debt, lessons from losing his hearing — and his latest predictions for the world
The Lancet editor on Britain’s response to coronavirus — and being labelled a pariah
The economist has long argued that governments should spend whatever it takes. Has her time now come?
As chief executive of 23andMe, she holds the key to a vast genetic database. What will she do with it?
The Chinese novelist on life under censorship — and why he is still a ‘peasant’ at heart
The South Carolina congressman on Trump, Michael Moore — and the ‘bombastic’ Bernie bros
US liberals’ favourite TV host on polarisation, the primaries and staying sane
The former engineer on bullying, tech firm culture and breaking the silence
The Labour MP on his vision of civic service, Jeremy Corbyn — and forging unity around the maypole
The ‘Mick Jagger of microbes’ on a life of fighting disease — and the severity of the current crisis
The former Goldman chief executive on the crash, the criticism — and sparring with Bernie Sanders
The Polish novelist on confronting history and her battles with the nationalist right
The pro-Beijing venture capitalist on Trump, China’s rise — and Xi Jinping’s ‘little red app’
Her gene-editing tool could cure disease and change the human race. But what happens if it falls into the wrong hands?
Canada’s deputy PM on moving from the ‘snark’ of journalism to the ‘smarm’ of politics
Her bestselling novel showed South Korea’s everyday sexism — and struck a chord around the region
The Tory grandee on Thatcher, Johnson — and how centrist complacency fuelled Brexit
The Russian billionaire on working with Putin, his Premier League plans and making a fortune in the 1990s
The architect on why buildings move us — and what he shares with Don Quixote
Whose back feels like an anatomy textbook in Braille? Who sparred with Trump? Who’s too posh for her target base? Have lunch again with Federer, Schwarzenegger and Beckham . . .
The novelist on
Cicero’s lessons for Brexit Britain, Labour’s future — and how to write a bestseller a year