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Brexit Deal-Watch 8: May goes to the mattresses

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 8: May goes to the mattresses

by Matthew d'Ancona

‘Don't expect peace any time soon.’
‘The Thief and the Cobbler’: The greatest animated movie that never was

Movies

‘The Thief and the Cobbler’: The greatest animated movie that never was

by Bilge Ebiri

Richard Williams masterpiece’s took three decades to make and still didn't reach completion.
Mabel Normand and the forgotten funny women of silent film

Movies

Mabel Normand and the forgotten funny women of silent film

by Pamela Hutchinson

‘Their recognition may be well overdue, but their comedy never goes out of date.’
Activist street art highlights the dark side of Black Friday

Art

Activist street art highlights the dark side of Black Friday

by Simon Doherty

One person wanted to highlight another side of Black Friday today.
Weekend Watch: Home for the Holidays

Movies

Weekend Watch: Home for the Holidays

by Lucy Scholes

We have a soft spot for Jodie Foster’s second directorial outing.
‘The Lion King’ trailer is everything we could have hoped for

Movies

‘The Lion King’ trailer is everything we could have hoped for

by Olive Pometsey

Disney's live action remake of their animated classic looks to be a crowd-pleaser.
Instagram is killing the energy of subcultures

Social

Instagram is killing the energy of subcultures

by Sydney Lima

These days, you have to look far beyond conventional social media to find imaginative and rebellious tribes.
Sabrina settled her $50m lawsuit with the Satanic Temple

Television

Sabrina settled her $50m lawsuit with the Satanic Temple

by Simon Doherty

Satan won.
John Bercow’s yellow card: ‘ref, are you serious?!’

Politics

John Bercow’s yellow card: ‘ref, are you serious?!’

by Harriet Marsden

The Speaker of the House's statement on the female MPs playing keepy-uppy in the House of Commons is a misogynistic step backwards.
Brexit Deal-Watch 7: Ambiguous? Yes, but pointlessly so

Politics

Brexit Deal-Watch 7: Ambiguous? Yes, but pointlessly so

by Matthew d'Ancona

The mood in Westminster is extraordinarily bitter, jaded, cynical.
A tornado of emotions: The impact of self-harm

Health

A tornado of emotions: The impact of self-harm

by Sian Bradley

Our writer reveals what it’s really like to self-harm and how to help those who may be suffering.
Was the rise in antidepressant prescriptions really fuelled by Brexit?

Politics

Was the rise in antidepressant prescriptions really fuelled by Brexit?

by Simon Doherty

After the referendum, the volume of antidepressants prescribed increased by 13.4 per cent.
There really is no ‘free speech’ campus crisis

Politics

There really is no ‘free speech’ campus crisis

by Alice Thwaite

Let's look at this closely.
Irvine Welsh to release acid house album

Music

Irvine Welsh to release acid house album

by Simon Doherty

If he's half as good at producing tunes as he is at writing, we're onto a winner here folks.
Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

People's Vote

Brexit Deal-Watch 6: Who do you think you are kidding, Mrs May?

by Matthew d'Ancona

Theresa May is becoming increasingly desperate as the days go on.
Boris Johnson’s vanity just cost the taxpayer £300k

Politics

Boris Johnson’s vanity just cost the taxpayer £300k

by Simon Doherty

We’ll add this latest figure to the ever-increasing bill of having anything to do with this politically toxic man.
Theresa May is hanging from the edge of a glass cliff

Politics

Theresa May is hanging from the edge of a glass cliff

by Eve Alcock

Despite disagreeing with her politics, our writer can’t help but sympathise with Theresa May’s plight as she continues to navigate Brexit.
‘Boy Erased’ reminds us of the harrowing impact of conversion therapy

Movies

‘Boy Erased’ reminds us of the harrowing impact of conversion therapy

by Ryan Cahill

Contrary to popular belief, ‘gay cures’ are not a thing of the past.