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A spate of recent memoirs by former inmates and staff reveal the shocking reality of life behind bars in the UK.
Away from the media frenzy, door-knocking gives you a real, human sense of what politics is about.
My generation has known only defeat.
After years of dismissal, a new wave of literature sees women confronting an epidemic of underdiagnosed chronic pain conditions.
While traditional trade unions face a declining and ageing membership, smaller bodies are organising groups to directly confront the issues of the gig economy.
“Flysgskam” first gained prominence in Sweden, where holidays are longer and rail travel more affordable.
Our favourite game was a platform adventure called Croc: Legend of the Gobbos. Now that 20-odd years have passed and my friend has died, I dream about Croc.
While other sci-fi classics showcase technological advances, Alien focuses on our primal fear of sexual violence.
You could play a round of cliché bingo to the biopic, but there is a dark side to lionising the US supreme court justice.
When my friend and I started a Twitter account called Bougie London Literary Woman one cold Sunday in November, I underestimated how far our joke would travel.