We have an eclectic range of pieces in store for you this week. If you're after an engrossing long-read, S. Stiles's harrowing narrative of her son’s battle with encephalitis—chronically misdiagnosed as autism—is not to be missed. We also have essays on Imperial College London's self-defeating cancel campaign against its own founders, the acquittal of the Colston Four, and Scott Newman reflects on the themes of HBO's Succession.
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