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The only magazine I’ll make sure I read is Time. I mean, you don't get any better than that title. It combines cutting edge opinion on all the current events, showcases insightful articles, and employs writers who present the facts rather than shoving their opinions down your throat. It’s got a style and a tone all of its own, and it has something that a lot of titles don’t seem too bothered about – respect. You can't beat Time, really.
I’m always reading Time magazine. It’s important I keep up to speed with politics, world and social affairs and the environment for my job, but those are interests I have anyway, and it’s a really thorough read. I always seem to have my head in a copy, and it’s the sort of mag you can go back to a few months down the line and realise there’s something you left behind that you’d like to read now – it doesn’t age.