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Donald Trump is nothing more than a showman, bitter and desperate for adulation, who — rather than having policies — is selling nothing but gold-plated fantasies, writes Scissor Sisters singer Ana Matronic

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THERE’S A CLICHE IN AMERICA:

“Washington DC is Hollywood for the ugly.” US elections are grandiose, disposable displays of pomp: too loud, too expensive, and far too long. It’s the show of our lives, but we don’t get to switch channel when it’s over.

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On the cover, Emma Watson and Dan Stevens discuss the gay surprise in the new Beauty and the Beast Also, exclusive interviews with Joan Collins on her new film The Time of Their Lives, Alison Goldfrapp in her most honest interview yet, and BBC news reporter James Longman on life on the frontline. Plus, Turner Prize winning artist Wolfgang Tillmans and ballet’s bad boy Sergei Polunin.