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Tanya Gold

The New York Times

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Past articles by Tanya:

Opinion | Britain’s Liz Truss Is Finished

Britain’s prime minister may limp on, powerless, but she will fall. → Read More

A story of two St Ives: ‘It is cursed and confused by its raging beauty’

On 2 July we sent six writers and photographers to capture a typical British summer’s day. Tanya Gold headed to St Ives → Read More

Voters Have Finally Punished Boris Johnson

If Mr. Johnson does not go, and soon, it will be hard to avoid the conclusion that we have crossed a Rubicon from which it will be difficult to return. → Read More

Boris Johnson’s Charm Is Wearing Extremely Thin

Britons don’t know whether the prime minister can save himself, let alone Christmas. → Read More

The British Monarchy Is a Game. Harry and Meghan Didn’t Want to Play.

Prince Harry confused sacrifice with service. Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, confused it with fame. → Read More

Farewell, Harry and Meghan, you realised that being a royal is no way to live

They tried. They talked about feelings. But then came the unforgivable sin: Meghan said she was unhappy, says writer Tanya Gold → Read More

I Went to a Brexit Celebration Party

And I had a serious conversation about post-Brexit trade negotiations with a man dressed as King Richard the Lionheart. → Read More

How Labour betrayed their supporters

Corbynistas treated floating voters as plutocratic scum or imbeciles → Read More

'The job is to be there for people': what is Miss World in 2019?

In the 1970s feminists loathed it. Now the beauty contest is on a humanitarian charm offensive (beachwear optional) → Read More

How to survive a Twitter storm

Tanya Gold published a piece about a plus-size mannequin one Sunday. By Monday morning the internet had gone mad and was out for her blood → Read More

Crufts uncovered: ‘Dog people look like hairdressers with very small clients’

Veiled cages, lots of combing, and no barking – what really goes on at the world’s most prestigious pooch show? → Read More

The man who froze women: why Karl Lagerfeld was an artist for our times

The designer placed women everywhere in unhappy competition with their childish selves, says the feature writer Tanya Gold → Read More

In it for the long haul: why divorce rates are falling fast

Divorce is at its lowest in 45 years. Tanya Gold talks to lawyers, therapists, friends and couples to find out why more people are choosing to stick together → Read More

'The safe word is unicorn': can you stomach Magic Mike Live?

Channing Tatum brings his strip show and self-help rally to London’s Hippodrome, offering consumerist feminism of the purest form → Read More

'These men are bad role models': will my son get over his superhero obsession?

Superman, Batman, Iron Man: can a little boy be rescued from their vice-like grip? → Read More

Truly, madly, tweetly: Tanya Gold’s other life online

Journalist Tanya Gold has had a serious Facebook and Twitter habit for years. As she scrolls down through thousands of old posts, what does she discover about herself? → Read More

Meet Eugenie and Beatrice

The vanity, foolishness and lack of self-awareness on display in their Vogue interview will do the monarchy no harm at all, says freelance journalist Tanya Gold → Read More

For all the PR junk about Harry and Meghan, the monarchy has not changed a bit

It might look like a fairytale to outsiders, but if the Royal Family was really a unifying institution, wouldn't we be unified? → Read More

People of England: Beating Belgium Is Not the Same as Winning Brexit

Brexit is an angry dream based on a half-remembered history of empire. So is the possibility that we might win the World Cup. → Read More

'They're woke, glossy and active on Twitter': is this the new posh?

Does the royal wedding mark the dawn of a new aristocracy – liberal and social-media savvy? Tanya Gold goes in search of today’s elite → Read More