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Amelia Tait is a freelance journalist, and was previously the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer. She tweets at @ameliargh
My babcia had many stories to tell, but the treatment that she and other Poles received in India teaches us a lesson that’s needed now more than ever.
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How is it that a YouTube star can fall so dramatically and rise again so quickly?
Mrs Hinch is a 28-year-old hairdresser from Essex who shares her cleaning tips and videos, product recommendations and gleaming home with millions.
Once considered faddish, plant-based eating is now a huge movement. But has it drifted too far from its ethical roots?
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For as long as Cooney has been popular online, fans have speculated that she suffers from an eating disorder.
Arguably, what we’re doing online or on a screen is more important than how long we’re doing it for.
In a world of competing over which game is best, we forget the nostalgic joy of those that are good-ish.
“I’m just a normal nutty girl who can be a bit crazy and irrational”.