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  • "Addiction is not a disease"

    "Addiction is not a disease"

    Marc Lewis is not your typical former drug addict. Now a highly-regarded neuroscientist, he grew up in Canada as the child of middle-class, Conservative synagogue-attending parents and excelled academically. Yet by his mid-20s, he was addicted to opiates, shooting up and stealing to feed his habit.

  • Please do as I say and not as I did

    Please do as I say and not as I did

    I grew up in suburban South Wales and until I went to university in the late 80s I thought most Jewish families were like my own: intermarriages on every branch, and not entirely sure where the nearest synagogue was.

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  • Brits brush off the Brexit dust

    Brits brush off the Brexit dust

    Tiles may be rattling on the roofs of the City's most stable institutions as the EU referendum vote sinks in but London's estate agents and developers remain resolutely positive about the future of British bricks and mortar.

  • The beating heart of London healthcare since Queen Victoria

    The beating heart of London healthcare since Queen Victoria

    If you live in north west London, it is likely that you have paid a visit to The Royal Free Hospital, either to see a friend or relative, for treatment as an inpatient, or just to sit in A&E, waiting for some minor injury to be treated.