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Domestic angst

There’s been a resurgence in paid domestic work in Britain. But, as Moni Mohsin explains, talking about it is a thorny issue

Computer says “non”

The French are proud of their bureaucracy. For Sophie Pedder, The Economist’s Paris bureau chief, dealing with it can be thrilling

None for the road

Drink-driving is alarmingly common in South Africa. But attitudes are changing – partly thanks to Uber. Erin Conway-Smith reports

None for the road

South Africa has the highest rate of alcohol-related road traffic accidents in the world. But attitudes towards drink-driving are changing – partly due to Uber

The bright side of strife

In uncertain times it helps to be optimistic. In Israel, as Uri Bram explains, this has spawned a whole culture: “It’ll be alrightism”