Here's what's in this week's issue of The Week magazine
26th September 2020
- Main stories: Britain on the edge: Another lockdown looms
- Controversy: A new era for Labour?
- People: Sophie Ward: “It all came crashing down on me”
- Best British article: The future of work looks very Victorian
- Best International article: Israel: making peace with the Arab world?
- Health & Science: A puzzle to cure car sickness
- Talking points: How an insider skewered the Cameroons
- Obituaries: Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The jurist who became a pop culture icon
- The Last Word: Barbara Amiel’s memoirs: a tale of sex, spite and high society
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