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Ahead of the curve, Well researched, Left-wing, Well written, Informative, Thought-provoking, Great for politics, Intelligent, Liberal and Topical.
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Political Journalism, Social Commentary and Economic Policy.
People who like this magazine also tend to like other magazines such as The Economist, Private Eye, The Spectator, Time, New Scientist, Prospect, Mojo, The Week, Q magazine and NME.
People who like this magazine are more likely than most to think of themselves as Principled, Ethical, Clever, Procrastinating and Misanthropic. Their general interests are more likely to include Philosophy, International News, Sociology, Newspapers and Magazines and Writing.
Issues that are important to them include War, Multiculturalism and Human Rights.
This magazine is particularly popular among supporters of the Labour Party. This magazine is particularly popular among readers of The Guardian.
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