I’m a therapist to the super-rich: they are as miserable as Succession makes out

Many billionaires I work with have trust issues, lack a sense of purpose and struggle with shame, guilt and fear.

Brian Cox as Logan Roy in Succession. Photograph: HBO/David M. Russell


Cop26 kept the world’s 1.5C limit in reach – now we will steer it over the line

Want to fight for climate action but feel daunted or powerless? Try this

No pension. No savings. No future. No wonder we’re betting the house on crypto

Britain is in desperate need of workers. So why is it trying to keep them out?

India’s farmers have won – but this doesn’t mean Modi is softening

When is the perfect time to start preparing for Christmas? It’s right now

Getting jabs to the unvaccinated has never been more critical

The NHS is facing its hardest winter ever – but the Tories are still bent on destroying it

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