Worst Opinion of the Week: 'Rich People Are Genetically Smarter Than Poor People'

A 'Telegraph' columnist has criticised Labour's plans to tackle inequality by integrating private schools into the state sector because "educational performance has a high genetic component".


Made a Reservation at a Nice Restaurant? You're Probably Getting Googled

A "posh" New York restaurant allegedly Googles guests and rejects the ones who aren't rich. It's not the only restaurant doing research on diners.


The Girlboss Has Evolved into an Even More Powerful Form

Why, under an ironic scoff, women like me are still in love with this update of the 80s 'have-it-all' lie.


Maxine Peake Is Sick of Remainers Blaming 'Racist Northerners'

We spoke to the 'Gwen' star about Brexit, despair and trans rights.


Depictions of Mental Health On TV Have a Class Problem

While shows like 'Fleabag' successfully reckon with the psychological and existential crises facing young people today, they fail to acknowledge the financial one.


Jordan Peele’s 'Us' Is Not-so-Secretly About Class

Peele has managed to map an enemy that exists in all of "us".


'Two For Joy' Isn't Your Standard 'Gritty' Drama

We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.


16 More Stories of Posh Kids Pretending to Not Be Posh

"One of my friends from uni used to say they were a miner because his family owned a mine."


21 Stories of Posh Kids Pretending to Not Be Posh

"She self-defines as working class because her aunt didn't go to university."


Mr Blobby Is a Fucking Legend

Was only a matter of time really, wasn't it.


Photos of Britain from When You Could Smoke Inside

We spoke to photographer Paul Reas about his 30-year career.


How Consumerism Devoured The Workin’ Man Blues

How did the genre transform from working class catharsis to an corporate marketing campaign for a certain version of the American dream?