September 26, 2014 Issue

The End of the Party

The performance of the Yes campaign in Scotland is just the latest sign of a deep revolution in modern British democracy
Everyone a Winner
In Focus

Everyone a Winner

There is no medals table. Coming last is as much of an achievement as finishing first - and you can joke around with the organiser afterwards at the Invictus Games. Competitor David Henson puts an arm around Prince Harry before the two of them head off for a pint of beer to celebrate their respective 30th birthdays. The games, dreamt up by the prince, ended after four days of competition between injured servicemen and women from 17 nations.
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Beauty in Tragedy

The ruins of the Catskills great resorts make for stunning photographs and grim history lessons

A Bridge to Maher

The host of Real Time With Bill Maher has repeatedly told us the sky was falling, and the events of August have sort of proved him right