In this week's edition:
â€¢ Why the politics of envy are keenest among the very rich by George Monbiot. Read this article here.
â€¢ Are the UK growth pessimists right? Is the economic party over? by Larry Elliot. Read this article here.
â€¢ As long as it stays open, GuantÃ¡namo Bay is a stain on America's reputation writes Morris Davis. Read this article here.
â€¢ French president Francois Hollandâ€™s first year in office marked by broken promises, soaring joblessness and low ratings by Angelique Chrisafis. Read this article here.
â€¢ Mud director Jeff Nichols: 'Mark Twain bottled what it felt to be a child' by Andrew Pulver. Read this article here.
And in this week's audiobook review we look at John Le Carre's latest novel A Delicate Truth and the latest installment of Jeffrey Archer's Clifton Chronicles, Best Kept Secret.
The Guardian Audio Edition is supported by Audible.co.uk. To listen to the audiobooks reviewed in this week's edition go to audible.co.uk/guardianaudio.
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