Here's what's in this week's issue of The Week magazine
22nd March 2019
- Main stories: Bercow says “No”: The crisis in the Commons
- Controversy: Prosecuting Soldier F
- People: A dancer who revels in destruction
- Best British article: MPs have forgotten who voted them in
- Best American article: The College cheating scandal
- Health & Science: What goes into your phone?
- Talking points: New Zealand’s darkest day
- Obituaries: Sir John Richardson: Art historian who wrote a biography of his friend Picasso
- The Last Word: Remorseless, cruel and fatal: living in the shadow of Huntington’s
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