Editor's Leader MAY 2019

We’re living in an angry period.

Reading my chosen national newspaper on a recent Saturday, I was struck by just how angry the whole front section was. The topics were different – Brexit doom, another stabbing, Mike Ashley’s latest temper tantrum, an unremarkable demonstration of fury in a series of hundreds from the US president, etc – but anger was omnipresent and the common thread. As it is too much...

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