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Daniel Curtis is a former Danson intern at the New Statesman.
Football rights help tap into data about older demographics that can help the retailer sell other goods and services.
The divide between sport and politics is thinner than you might think.
Football, no matter the level, never writes an easy script.
England’s slide is especially striking because this is largely the same group of players who won the World Cup just a month earlier.
Nearly half of Oxford offers went to applicants from London and the South East.
Despite proponents like the Dunkirk director, physical film is finding it tough in the modern age.
Once aspirational, property TV shows now carry a whiff of sadism.
A meat-eating chocolate-lover? You're in trouble.
While the online giant's revenues soar, bricks-and-mortar stores fight on.
We must watch out, for cemeteries have become a trope.