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As players compete to finish games as quickly as possible, the industry sees an opportunity
Can Boris Johnson’s controversial adviser stay in Downing Street long enough to deliver his radical agenda?
‘We all need distractions,’ says the man who has captured conflicts from Vietnam to Syria
Five hundred years after the artist’s death, experts are restoring the last of four rooms he designed at the Papal Palace
As the Iowa caucuses approach, Patti Waldmeir on the perils of cliché in ‘flyover country’
Once you bite in, you will see why this pastry has endured for almost 500 years
Q&A with the garden writer and broadcaster on being kicked out of school, rowing every day and climate change
Polly Russell on the pioneering dairy-free vegetarians of the 1940s
Discovering bubbles could be paired well with any dish inspired sommelier Sandia Chang to open a hot dog and champagne bar
Keir Starmer has never denied the idea he was a model for the Bridget Jones character, but, then, why would you?
‘Orwell had me convinced that clear speech was an auxiliary to truth, until Trump came along’
Facebook’s Libra was a wake-up call for central bankers, who are now adapting to a new digital reality
Growth has slowed to a trickle in parts of Manchuria — but some young people are finding new careers online
Our ‘Round on the Links’ quiz tests your ability to draw connections. Thinking caps on!
A retrospective tasting of Jean-Marie Guffens’ exceptionally nervy creations suggests so
‘The roulade of salmon is quite the loveliest bit of fish you’ll consume for approximately an aeon’
A riot of colour and flavour to lift the spirits when it’s grey outside
It’s hard not to look up opinions on Google, Yelp or Expedia — even if you suspect some might be fake
Using this traditional tool for cutting pasta not only preserves historical techniques but also enhances the ingredients
The presenter and car fanatic on finding an emotional outlet in carpentry, and why he is more modern than his on-screen caricature
Douglas Coupland on why we need to fight ‘noptimism’
Her prize-winning work resists categorisation but its focus — love, death and betrayal — is human frailty
I like Chris Evans — but it’s a bit rich to be told by a multimillionaire that, ‘Everything you really want, you already have’
How Carlo Ferrini went from top consultant to being awarded winemaker of the year three times
Simon Kuper on how top players’ diets have changed — and why old habits die hard
Can the Swiss chef replicate the success of New York’s Eleven Madison Park?
‘Paying towards world-class healthcare and the Métro makes me feel there’s a moral purpose to my working life’
Their lives and attitudes have been shaped by one man. What do they really think of their president?
Consumer spending on many illegal substances grew rapidly after 1965
The wonderful marriage of flavour and texture makes this is a real classic
A lack of transparency about facial recognition has fuelled distrust of the government
Decanting can transform wines, bringing out their latent magic, but can also spell disaster