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A new exhibition at the Scottish Parliament brings together a freshly-curated cross-section of Warhol's supposedly political works
Singer said in the same 'great' week he was booed at the TED conference in Arusha, Tanzania
The London Metal Exchange – which sets the rules for the global aluminium trade – is one of the few modern markets to retain “open outcry” trading, in which brokers shout and gesticulate to make their buy and sell orders.
The public instinctively feels the law has been found wanting in the aftermath of the banking collapse
The target of Niall Ferguson's attack has also been traduced by economic convervatives
The last few weeks have been disastrous for Miliband. And this was no turnaround
The Conservatives should back a Living Wage for workers. It would show they cared about ordinary people, while cutting some of the ground beneath Labour
The Men Who Built America, History
The Drip's previous engagement with North Korea's Kim Jong Un has been to wonder at the boy-dictator's good looks. Now there's more serious matters afoot. A leader in this week's Economist raises concern that Mr Kim may be ready to host a nuclear test - and has been prophesying future war. Like father, like son.
Pubs will continue closing in their hundreds every year across the country without urgent action to ease the financial pressures on landlords, ministers will be warned next week.
The poor are scorned while this religious festival turns into a feast of consumerism
Google's Chairman Eric Schmidt said £2.5 billion tax avoidance 'is called capitalism'
"We have to do a much better job of teaching our daughters maths and science and encouraging them to be aggressive"
Why go in 2013? Country of culture
Unlike past protest movements where ideologies came into conflict, today's uprisings are raw and reject traditional political structures
The left needs new vision, but whatever the Centre for Labour and Social Studies would like to believe, working people no longer identify with the old idea of class.