Here's what's in this week's issue of The Week magazine
21st July 2018
- Main stories: Storm Donald: Europe feels the blast
- Controversy: The Great Disrupter
- People: Anne Tyler's search for normality
- Best British article: We're being left behind in the tech race
- Best International article: Ethiopia's new leader gives fresh hope to East Africa
- Health: Secrets of the flying spiders
- Talking points: The World's youngest billionaire
- Obituaries: Much-admired politician who resigned over the Falklands
- The Last Word: "It's nothing like a broken leg": living with mental illness
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