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  • 120 pages 
  • 24cm x 19.5cm 
  • Published in London, 2017 

With the tagline ‘last to breaking news’, Delayed Gratification revisits headlines after the hype and tweet-storms have settled. In an age of clickbait and fast news, they champion slow journalism — valuing being right over being first, they want to give a final analysis of the stories that mattered.


For their 25th issue, they examine news from the last quarter of 2016 — on top of that year’s momentous US elections, they revisit Calais after its refugee camp was dismantled, and find an unlikely ruler working in the security department of Argos.


In this issue:


  • A nine-page infographic special on the extraordinary election of Donald Trump
  • How a former security guard at Argos became president of the Gambia
  • Calais four months after the notorious Jungle was dismantled
  • The inside story on why India trashed its cash overnight
  • The exhausted sailors piloting nuclear submarines
  • Can anyone stop killer robots? (Answer: probably not)
  • And a fond farewell to Leonard Cohen


Delayed Gratification issue 20 is also available in the Stack shop.

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