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Andrea Elliott’s story of American poverty is non-fiction writing at its best
Invisible Child follows Dasani Coates and her family in New York as they battle a racist system that is rigged against them.
Boris Johnson in front of 10 Downing Street. (Dan Kitwood / Getty Images)
It’s Boris’s Party and Apparently He Can Booze if He Wants To
London—We’ve all been there. You show up for a meeting at work with your fiancé, having been asked to bring your own booze, and find 100 people there drinking alcohol and enjoying nibbles, only to figure out, 25 minutes later, that you’re actually at what some people would call “a party” in your own garden.
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