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Recipe of the week: Lemon tart 
Lemon tart recipe taken from Petersham Nurseries by the Boglione Family
On the menu

Recipe of the week: Lemon tart 

We like to use Amalfi lemons for this tart when they are in season, but any lemons are fine, say the Boglione family
21 Jun 2021
What is happening in Tigray? Ethiopia's brutal civil war explained
Tigray protesters
In Focus

What is happening in Tigray? Ethiopia's brutal civil war explained

In northern Ethiopia, millions have been displaced and thousands killed by government troops, and famine is looming
18 Jun 2021
Houses with remarkable views
Gwynedd
The wish list

Houses with remarkable views

Featuring a terrace overlooking an estuary and an Elizabethan manor on the edge of Dartmoor
18 Jun 2021
Post-pandemic blues? Give these podcasts a try
Headspace
In Review

Post-pandemic blues? Give these podcasts a try

Featuring Radio Headspace, Unf*ck Your Brain, Just One Thing, the Blindboy Podcast and more
18 Jun 2021
Toyota Mirari: what the critics are saying
Toyota Mirai
In Review

Toyota Mirari: what the critics are saying

This new hydrogen-powered car (from £53,995) is not for those who like a wild ride
18 Jun 2021
Book of the week: The Case of the Married Woman
Caroline Norton
In Review

Book of the week: The Case of the Married Woman

Antonia Fraser’s biography takes on a life that ‘reads like a Victorian sensation novel’
18 Jun 2021
Stephen Mangan: my five best books
Stephen Mangan
Expert’s view

Stephen Mangan: my five best books

The actor, screenwriter and author shares the books which have meant the most to him
18 Jun 2021

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Kamala Harris: is Joe Biden setting up the vice-president to fail?
Kamala Harris
In Brief

Kamala Harris: is Joe Biden setting up the vice-president to fail?

Harris is already unusually ‘unpopular’ for a veep, with a recent YouGov poll showing her approval rating at 41%
18 Jun 2021
The e-scooter invasion: can we cope? 
An e-scooter pilot program launched in London on 7 June
Why we’re talking about . . .

The e-scooter invasion: can we cope? 

London has become the latest UK city to launch a trial of e-scooters on public roads
18 Jun 2021
What the critics are saying about Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch at the Royal Academy
Tracey Emin
In Review

What the critics are saying about Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch at the Royal Academy

Seeing their work side by side, it is clear that the artists share ‘a depth of turmoil that can leave you breathless’
17 Jun 2021
Theatre and summer opera: the reopening continues
After Life
In Review

Theatre and summer opera: the reopening continues

What are the critics saying about After Life, The Girl Next Door and Garsington Opera’s production of Der Rosenkavalier?
17 Jun 2021
Emmanuel Macron’s assault: a slap in the face for French democracy?
Macron
In Brief

Emmanuel Macron’s assault: a slap in the face for French democracy?

Last week, a protester grabbed the French president by his arm with one hand and slapped him in the face with the other
17 Jun 2021
Best garden lighting for al fresco evenings
Rattan light
The wish list

Best garden lighting for al fresco evenings

From practical solar-powered lanterns to decorative bee lights for a whimsical fairy-garden feel
16 Jun 2021
Properties of the week: delightful mill houses
Staffordshire
The wish list

Properties of the week: delightful mill houses

Featuring juliette balconies, adjacent tennis courts and a waterside garden 
11 Jun 2021
How Marbella became the drugs capital of the world
Marbella
In Depth

How Marbella became the drugs capital of the world

Marbella has become a ‘United Nations of crime’ – and violent gangsters have come with it. Nacho Carretero and Arturo Lezcano investigate
11 Jun 2021
What are the critics saying about the Isuzu D-Max car?
Isuzu D-Max
Expert’s view

What are the critics saying about the Isuzu D-Max car?

This £21,009 car lives up to its ‘tough, no-nonsense’ reputation
11 Jun 2021
What are the critics saying about the British Museum’s Nero exhibition?
Nero
In Review

What are the critics saying about the British Museum’s Nero exhibition?

The show attempts to completely rewrite the story of a historical monster. Can it possibly succeed in setting the record straight?
11 Jun 2021