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“A sincere call for change”

New review by Katriina Rowan The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl by Paul Thornycroft Paul Thornycroft’s novel The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl is an acknowledgement of the impact mankind has on the

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New Review: No Homeless Problem

by Jemma O’Donovan ‘No Homeless Problem’ is a collection of poetry written by Belfast-born Séamus Fox. Throughout this book, Fox clues readers in on what it’s really like to be

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The Publishing Excellence Programme

by Enya Holland The Publishing Excellence Programme, developed by a handful of publishers to offer comprehensive work experience for those seeking a career in publishing or media, is currently considering

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Bridging the Gaps in the Publishing Industry

byFrances Golinski Drinkwater The publishing industry is broad and ever-changing, attracting book-lovers and academics alike – anyone with a creative mind and an interest in communicating important ideas. The industry

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Google and the Daily Telegraph

In November 2017 we uncovered a concerning link between the internet’s search engine giant, Google, and one of the UK’s dominant right-wing newspapers, the Daily Telegraph. We were alerted to

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Book Review: The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl

‘The Adventures of Horatio Mowzl’ was a wonderful read. The reader is immediately swept up into an exciting and unique adventure. Horatio Mowzl finds himself pulled from his own world,

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Political cartoons, in full, by Joshua Roberts

Political cartoons, in full, by Joshua Roberts Donald Trump, some time in the climate-destroyed future — ‘Managing BREXIT Advertisements

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Desperate Drive

Desperate Drive By Anita Russell How could he grip the wheel so lightly, yet still be able to see into the mist that haunted us? Whenever I felt threatened, whether

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Carriage 12

Carriage 12 By Laura Cao The train was already packed when I boarded. Hot and sweaty bodies were at every corner of Carriage 12, the air inside was damp and

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The Rescue

The Rescue By Joao Rousa Meal times are the kindest clocks. They divide the day, help keep us focused. We are fed two times a day and each one of

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Just another charity shop?

Just another charity shop? With 21 charity shops along Gloucester Road alone, and hundreds across the city, what makes ours so special? Like any charity shop, we sell donated goods

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TAX: AN UNEQUAL PLAYING FIELD

A report by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) reveals just how extensively tax reduction schemes are used by the rich and powerful. It seems that once you achieve

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