Believe the hype as Schitt’s Creek finally gets the attention it deserves
The Canadian comedy cleaned up at the Emmys so the rest of the world is about to learn how great it is. Of course, some us already knew...
We need a German word to describe that feeling when you convince the person beside you on the couch to watch something on telly that you already love. That aching anticipation, your eyes swivelling to the side watching them while they watch the screen, hoping they’ll laugh or gasp or well up at just the right moment.
It’s a risky, high-stakes move. You’re asking someone you care enough about to share a couch...
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Massive expansion in size of state will continue – but how will this money-printing experiment end?
Our politicians overwhelmingly believe, probably correctly, that giveaways mean votes – and several imprudent budget decisions have more to do with politics than with the wise allocation of resources
Susan O’Keeffe: Oil executives being held to public account is welcome and overdue
For the first time ever, the mighty and powerful companies will sit before a Congressional Committee in Washington and be probed about their extensive information campaigns as they relate to carbon emissions and climate change
Susan O’Keeffe: Boris Johnson’s latest slogan can only be deemed delusional
The British Prime Minister’s pledge to create a ‘high wage, high skilled economy’ ignores the many chaotic elements of the post-Brexit reality he helped to bring about