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Little Atoms weekly round-up (the state of the nation edition)

As the new government gets to work, we focused on the questions facing Britain. Plus, our weekly podcast and a new play

The Britain we thought we knew does not exist

Mike Harris's must-read essay on how Britain's liberal left lost sight of the country it hoped to govern

Looking for a new England

For Rohan Jayasekera, a Scots-Irish-Sri Lankan Londoner, Englishness is a state of mind that lets him drop the hyphens

UK extremism: it's time to stand with Russell Brand

David Cameron and Theresa May's plans on extremism threaten us all, but no one more than the Dalston Durruti, says Padraig Reidy 

Who owns Britain?

In the battle between private and public ownership, the true proprietors of British industry are not what we think.Brendan Maton reports

Dr Brandy Schillace and Caitlin Doughty

On this episode of the Little Atoms podcast, two books about death. Brandy Schillace on Death’s Summer Coat, and Caitlin Doughty on Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

The anatomy of mass murder

A new play premiering in London explores the dark process of genocide from incitement to denial

In the particle of me that cares for this, I betrayed those little atoms with a kiss

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