Here's what's in this week's issue of The Week magazine
17th February 2018
- Main stories: Oxfam’s disgrace: The scandal that rocked the aid world
- Controversy: A plot against Brexit?
- People: “Bullies are everywhere” Jo Brand
- Best British article: Leavers will never admit they’re wrong
- Best International article: Nicaragua: The benefits of gentle police work
- Health: A lost world in the jungle
- Talking points: The friendly face of North Korea
- Obituaries: John Mahoney: Late-blooming actor who found fame on Frasier
- The Last Word: Attention-seeking: the modern disease
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