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Why is there a monopoly on girl bands?

Music

Why is there a monopoly on girl bands?

by Douglas Greenwood

It seems that the pop industry can only handle one female-fronted group at a time.
Turner prize winner reminds us of the importance of inclusivity in the arts

Art

Turner prize winner reminds us of the importance of inclusivity in the arts

by Zoe Whitfield

Glasgow-based artist, Charlotte Prodger, is the third woman in a row to receive the prestigious accolade.
Movie Advent #5: Gremlins

Christmas

Movie Advent #5: Gremlins

by Simon Doherty

It's a true Christmas classic.
Catherine Quin is empowering women through fashion

Fashion

Catherine Quin is empowering women through fashion

by Olive Pometsey

The designer’s latest collection and campaign, ‘Women of Grace’, highlights the work of the influential figures in society who stay strong in the face of adversity.
Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 10: Everything has changed

by Matthew d'Ancona

The next ten days may well be the most tumultuous in British politics since the fall of Margaret Thatcher in November 1990.
Michelle Obama: ‘Change is not a straight line’

Social

Michelle Obama: ‘Change is not a straight line’

by Bidisha

We went to the former US First Lady's book tour.
Fairy tales, soap and blood: the power of snow in film

Movies

Fairy tales, soap and blood: the power of snow in film

by Thomas McMullan

From ‘Fargo’ to ‘Kill Bill Vol 1’, frozen landscapes in films are more common than the real thing.
The gender pay gap extends to YouTube, even within its beauty community

Social

The gender pay gap extends to YouTube, even within its beauty community

by Olive Pometsey

Forbes’s list of this year’s top ten highest paid content creators reveals gender inequality on the platform.
Movie Advent #4: Love Actually

Christmas

Movie Advent #4: Love Actually

by Matthew d'Ancona

Yes, ‘Love Actually’ can be annoying, but it’s also an excellent Christmas film.
It’s time to have some difficult conversations

Social

It’s time to have some difficult conversations

by Nora Mulready

If certain things continue to go unsaid in the mainstream, society could fracture. The founder of the newly launched Unfinished Revolution Project explains why.
The fight for prescriptions of medicinal marijuana isn’t over

Health

The fight for prescriptions of medicinal marijuana isn’t over

by Marina Kim

Although the drug has been legalised, patients still face a battle when trying to receive the medicine.
Movie Advent #3: Arthur Christmas

Christmas

Movie Advent #3: Arthur Christmas

by Olive Pometsey

A movie that doesn't lose sight of the meaning of Christmas.
The Japanese House: bittersweet electronica and queer love songs

Music

The Japanese House: bittersweet electronica and queer love songs

by Douglas Greenwood

At just 23-years-old, Amber Bain is one of the UK’s most promising young artists and she’s shaking off her underdog status.
Movie Advent #2: The Holly and the Ivy

Christmas

Movie Advent #2: The Holly and the Ivy

by Lucy Scholes

George More O’Ferrall’s lesser-known Christmas film is full of heartwarming, festive cheer for the deep midwinter.
Anxiety, geography and Russia’s quest for Ukraine

Politics

Anxiety, geography and Russia’s quest for Ukraine

by David Patrikarakos

‘What lies behind Russia’s unceasing aggression toward Ukraine and, to a lesser degree, the Eastern European states?’
Movie Advent #1: The Apartment

Christmas

Movie Advent #1: The Apartment

by Pamela Hutchinson

The movie that reminds us of what’s really important during the festive season.
The lessons bequeathed by George Bush Sr

Politics

The lessons bequeathed by George Bush Sr

by Matthew d'Ancona

The 41st President of the United States has died aged 94.
Squeezing cash out of nostalgia

Music

Squeezing cash out of nostalgia

by Andy Miller

The mechanics of the box set.