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The rapper has given a voice to the most deprived – and ignored – people in society.
A toxic cocktail of pressure, adoration and expectation in the music industry is creating a ticking mental health time bomb.
The success of Dunkirk has led to more proclamations of director Christopher Nolan’s genius – yet his filmography is a peculiar mix of the inspired and the painfully dull.
How the UK orchestrated the slow death of fashion’s American Dream.