Music and Performance
09 November 2012
Perhaps it is the fact that every day a new child abuse scandal seems to emerge; perhaps it is the recent news that...
Cultural Capital
03 October 2012
Midway through Dominique Morisseau’s Sunset Baby, New York hustler Damon nods to the academic Stephen Spitzer...
Cultural Capital
22 June 2012
Visionary, worrisome and totally endearing.
Cultural Capital
21 June 2012
Is it a stroke of fate that the first run of Hassan Abdulrazzak’s play The Prophet, set in Cairo on the day of...
Cultural Capital
11 June 2012
Icon Theatre’s Release is political fringe theatre inside and out: winner of the Fringe First Award at Edinburgh...
Voices
03 May 2012
Why is it still so hard to be a female politician in Britain? Decades ago, Conservative men bowed down to the Iron Lady...
Media
03 May 2012
Nine people were bailed yesterday in connection with naming on Twitter the rape victim of footballer Ched Evans. Five...
Economics
02 May 2012
4 per cent increase in two years as a result of spending
Politics
02 May 2012
Multi-million pound sponsorship plans revealed
Newspapers
02 May 2012
The chair of the Leveson Inquiry has suggested that the second part of his investigation may not need to go ahead. In...
Media
02 May 2012
Eritrea has been named the most censored country in the world by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).  A...
Sport
01 May 2012
He's an "old-school socialist" and a Philip Roth fan.
Cultural Capital
01 May 2012
It's that time of year again: the shortlist for the Turner Prize has been announced. Spartacus Chetwynd, Luke...
Media
01 May 2012
Leaked figures from the BBC show that the broadcaster is expecting an operating surplus of £140m for its latest...
Energy/Clean tech
01 May 2012
The oil company BP has reported a major drop in profits in the first quarter, with  The group reported a 12.5 per...

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