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Bonnie Greer

Bonnie Greer’s Vintage: Garbo and Poitier

The Face is the real storyteller in vintage, and the close-up its greatest tool

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Bonnie Greer’s Vintage: Billy Wilder and the spirit of Weimar

Beneath Weimar, beneath that endangered republic, was always the sense that life was fleeting

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The enduring lesson of All the King’s Men

Robert Rossen’s classic is a reminder to Americans that dictators don’t work for the people – they use them as a tool

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The beauty and genius of Cary Grant

There is no question in my mind that Grant is the greatest film actor of all time

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How four Brits unleashed America’s hidden anarchy, 60 years ago

The Beatles gave young Americans gold standard permission to be different from their parents

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Silos of hierarchy are holding Britain back

The House of Lords, where real monarchy lies, must be abolished

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America’s belief in the ‘inside job’ will put Trump back inside the Oval Office

Robert Redford portrayal in Three days of the Condor is eerily similar to Trump's contemporary success

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I dislike everything Badenoch says.. but I’d still like to see her lead the Tories

Opposing right-wing politicians of colour runs the risk of entering a dangerous world of contradiction and nuance

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Just stop the right’s defunding of art, and culture will stop selling itself to oil

Britain needs a government that doesn’t shy away from culture and art

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Milei and Maduro, riders on a storm that’s coming from the south

The populist leaders of Argentina and Venezuela fly under the radar in the northern hemisphere, but the threat they pose is very real

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The progressive left must learn there can be no whataboutery when it comes to rape

A US politician’s clumsy words about Hamas highlight a wider problem

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The truth, erudition and beauty of Benjamin Zephaniah

The late poet was a natural anarchist and a one-off whose like we will not see again

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Return the friezes and start the job of remaking our museums

The British Museum should be a place of cognition but it's not

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Why I’m no longer calling myself African American

Africa will always be part of my identity – but not all of it

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Barbra Streisand tells us her truth

She is a one-off and her memoir reads as such

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America is looking for a Swift political change

Joe Biden is too old and Donald Trump is too divisive – is a Taylor-made change on the horizon?

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On a November day 60 years ago, both a president and a dream died

The assassination of JFK forever changed America’s national psyche

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I won’t go back to the British Museum while austerity Osborne is in charge

He knows that unless parliament passes a new act, the museum cannot restitute the Parthenon Marbles

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Like Savile, Trump is a monster who understands how to push our buttons

The two media monsters were formed out of their nation’s very proclivities

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The American delusion factory: why Disney has lasted for 100 years

What would Walt Disney have made of the USA we now find ourselves in?

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Biden believes in the power of a union.. but the Angry White Males don’t care

Unions are what Joe Biden is. But Trump tells them his rival wants to offshore their jobs to China

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A very European King gives a French lesson to the Brexit blowhards

The King's historic visit went like clockwork and sent a message to Brexiteers

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The right’s cynical plot to get Biden will fail

The Republicans' campaign to take down the president will be short-lived

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The Battle of the Sexes was in 1973. Why are we still having to fight it?

It’s hard to accept that women today have fewer rights than when Billie Jean King took on Bobby Riggs 50 years ago

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Hurricane Idalia has passed, but the sickness at the heart of Florida remains

Even before the recent racist murders in Jacksonville, governor Ron DeSantis has continually pushed anti-Black policies in the state

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The rise of right-wing anthems and the battle for divided America’s soul

Oliver Anthony’s Rich Men North of Richmond highlights issues found at the very heart of the nation

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RICO is ‘the prosecutor’s goldmine’. It could be the end of Trump and Giuliani

A Georgian lawyer has used the game-changing Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act in her indictment against Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani

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Can America afford the heavy price of Donald Trump’s free speech?

Trump has made a career out of redesigning reality to suit him

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James Baldwin, the man who wrote like a preacher testifying to all humanity

What I am discovering, in re-reading his novels, is the immense capacity not only of his mind, but of his humanity

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We’re wrong about race and the right

Should Suella Braverman naturally have a softer view on migration because of the colour of her skin? It’s a dangerous assumption

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He’s tried fire and attempted theft, now third parties could win it for Trump

Political disruptors from Joe Biden’s side of the spectrum could split the Democrat vote and open the door for Donald Trump

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How Milan Kundera turned me into an exile from New York

The death of the Czech-French novelist made me wonder if I exiled myself, just to get out of Ronald Reagan’s America

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