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The Brit Who Unfriended Trump How did David Cameron’s former deputy prime minister become Facebook’s authority on muting @realDonaldTrump?

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Flying Lessons The author of a new book on Virgin Galactic didn’t have to look far for inspiration—like Virgin’s lead test pilot, his dad was a fighter pilot and Top Gun grad

Fifty Shades of Downing Street A British aide who worked with Dominic Cummings on the Brexit campaign is writing an erotic novel based on her time in politics

Burning Down the House As Soho House heads toward an I.P.O., the members’ club for the creative set may see any remaining air of exclusivity go up in flames

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You Heard It Here First The voice recordings of Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton offer a window into two of 20th-century literature’s fieriest spirits


Heroes and Villains What happens when you discover your heroine was a vile anti-Semite?

Bourgeois Fever A long career. A merciless eye. Implacable life force. In museums and galleries, Louise Bourgeois is the queen to Picasso’s king.

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Air Supply

The Wheel Deal Even if you’re not geared up to hit the pedal with Le Mans–level torque, it’s tough to argue with the notion of a satisfying pleasure drive. So for those who love the open road—or even just the trappings that it inspires—AIR MAIL presents these favorites to accompany life in the fast lane


Heartbreak Hotel Photographs from a new book pay homage to the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, the dazzling seafront retreat that has played host to Ernest Hemingway, Jane Birkin, and Mick Jagger, on its 150th anniversary

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