Like Jihadi John, this man – whoever he is – remains a bauble, one we imbue with significance at our own risk. There are other, much more significant, people worthy of our attention
The 71-year-old philosopher claims that today we dance "at", not "with", one another
The artwork needs a footnote; we owe Syrians more, no matter what they might do for our economies
The pressure is on to "go after" Isis at whatever cost
The best bookshops are run by autocrats, not algorithms
The approach of winter adds yet more urgency to the refugee crisis. Temperatures in Eastern Europe - which has seen a surge of asylum seekers in the past fortnight - fall well below freezing at night. More Syrians enter by the day, attempting to make it to Berlin before the cold sets in for good.
I moved back in with my parents, much to their surprise, in early September. It had been obvious for some time, to me, that I would need to crash with them when the lease on my apartment ran out, but I had neglected to let them know, in so many words.
A Hostelworld ad has recently been banned for portraying dangerous jumping, although that's not the only problem with it
The pledge for was a way for the coalition to ‘seem’ to be nice while being rather nasty
Tax relief should only be offered for donations that alleviate poverty and suffering
In part four of our series, Memphis Barker explains the sort of measures that could be taken to ensure that a more workable system emerges from the chaos
The experts agree, Easton West is a good choice from Kanye and Kim
For a part of my family it appears a system of torture and oppression proved profitable
The former Education Minister claims to be a 'liberal' on criminal justice: let’s hope so
It helps to have the complaint phrased in terms of "lower output per head"
Adam and Eve had the forbidden fruit, we’ve got gluten