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Energy latest – Nearly 2m People ‘Still Without Power in Northern Ireland’… Ukip Takes Over From Labour as Britain’s Most Shambolic and Divided Party… Is Mrs May the Most Successful PM in History, Asks the Daily Mail… Key Players in Labour ‘Soft Coup’ Identified as Voters… Rio in Festival Mood as Cressida Dick Get Top Police Job… The Art of Discarding: Nagisa Tatsumi’s Diary, as told to Craig Brown

And also...

- Silent order: Clergy who don’t want to talk about abuse
- Privacy on parade: The strange case of wealthy businessman ‘ZXC’
- Health warning: More loopy advice from Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop

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Private Eye Issue 1438