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West Brom v Liverpool: Premier League – live!

Premier League updates from the 12.30pm BST kick-off Klopp backs team to close gap on Manchester City next seasonAnd you can email Rob with your thoughts 12.03pm BST An email! “Salad days they are but a lot of us (older) Liverpool fans are waiting for t


Do Pro-Trump or Anti-Trump Books Sell Better? Here’s What the Data Shows

Donald Trump has made America read again. Since the beginning of the year, every New York Times bestseller has been about the 45th president, according to CNN. And that’s not to mention the classic dystopian novels that shot up the list in 2017. But


County cricket: Yorkshire v Notts, Somerset v Worcs and more – live!

Updates from around the grounds on the second day of playDay one: Brooks stars with bat and ball as Yorkshire rallySign up to The Spin, our weekly cricket email 11.32am BST James Vince lasted two balls of the second day at the Oval, trapped lbw by Rikki C

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America is plagued by experts without expertise | Michael Massing

On-air ‘experts’ are more disconnected from their demographics than ever – and their lack of expertise has become glaring in the age of TrumpThe strong ratings of the first episode of the revived Roseanne set off an avalanche of commentary. On MSNBC

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The anti-democratic thinker inspiring America's Conservative elites | Hugo Drochon

In his new book, the Catholic writer Patrick Deneen launches an attack on pluralism – and the Conservative establishment is cheeringSince the election of Trump, writers of all stripes have been lining up to pen liberalism’s epitaph.On the left, the pe


Weekend picks for book lovers, including 'Women in Sunlight' by Frances Mayes

Spend your weekend reading 'Women in Sunlight' by Frances Mayes. Plus more recommendations by USA TODAY's book reviewers.        


How to grow spring kale as soft as lettuce | Alys Fowler

Our gardening expert on the best way to eat this nutritious green Perhaps it is a little perverse to talk about kale when the season is finally allowing us to look ahead to summer. Why talk of winter vegetables when you can start thinking of sweet lettuce


Middlemarch: Jennifer Egan on how George Eliot’s unorthodox love life shaped her masterpiece

Eliot found fulfilment in a relationship that society shunned – no wonder her study of marriage captures a climate of changeIt is striking that the author of the most brilliant literary study of marriage in English was a woman whose unorthodox romantic


Mark Hughes admits FA Cup is no escape from relegation worries

• Southampton manager says league predicament will in his mind• But Hughes adds: ‘The day itself is something we can enjoy’Mark Hughes has admitted Southampton’s Premier League survival battle will be in the back of his mind during this Sunday


Magdalena Eriksson and Pernille Harder set for personal Champions League battle

Chelsea’s defender will face her long-standing partner when her team face Wolfsburg in the Champions League semi-finalsPersonal and professional worlds will collide during Sunday’s Champions League semi-finals as old friends are reunited and punishing


The best views in the UK: readers’ tips

From remote islands to city skylines, seascapes to moorland outlooks, our readers share their favourite landscapesThere can’t be many views as far-reaching as this. George Fox climbed Pendle in 1652. He saw the silver line of sea bordering Lancashire an


Rosie by Rose Tremain review – a tale of two unloved daughters

The novelist refuses to give her mother a free pass, yet isn’t sorry for herself, in this memoir jangling with grievanceThis is the tale of two unloved daughters. One is the author. The other is her mother, who was so painfully rejected as a child that

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