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Politics and Society

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A ‘Leave’ vote is a victory for the state, not the working classes

Kallum argues that the ‘Leave’ vote is a victory for the state, not the working classes (Read More)

Arts and Culture

London Clown Festival – no nose is good nose ★★★

The festival is also running workshops alongside the shows which look interesting and the whole enterprise seems imbued with a spirit of defiance and a shout of laughter which says you think you know what a clown is? (Read More)

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What's Now? With Alan & Kallum

What’s Now? With Alan and Kallum | Episode 29

The latest podcast from Alan Graham and Kallum Corke. (Read More)

News & Events

Event | Darrow Writers’ Meet-Up / El Ejido, Spain / March 11, 2016

We're launching our first writers' event in Spain. (Read More)

Editorials

Editorial | Time to frack off? On the issue of fracking in Scotland

This week's editorial looks at the fracking debate and the recent vote in the Scottish Parliament on the issue (Read More)

Business and Economy

Basic Income: Scotland and Beyond

Imagine, for a moment, that you received enough money each month to cover all of your basic needs – no strings attached, regardless of whether or not you chose to work. What would you do? (Read More)

Hot Topic: EU Referendum

A ‘Leave’ vote is a victory for the state, not the working classes

Kallum argues that the ‘Leave’ vote is a victory for the state, not the working classes (Read More)

Education

The struggling student

Caroline shares her views on tuition fees in England & Wales (Read More)

Environment and Energy

Watch | John Lindberg – The securitisation of nuclear power

Why is it that nuclear fear is so feared, despite the fact science rejects this notion? (Read More)

Health and Lifestyle

Breaking the wall | Why facing depression is a personal choice

James reflects on depression, and how it is, ultimately, a personal choice of how you choose to face it (Read More)

History and Philosophy

The JFK assassination and other ‘truths’ lost forever out there

The dispute has even attracted academic research, with psychologists tracking individuals on whether they conform to the official verdict on Oswald as solitary zealot, or alternatively if they see him as the archetypal “patsy”. (Read More)

Science and Technology

Why Leonardo da Vinci would have aced the internet cat craze

Why Leonardo da Vinci would have aced the internet cat craze (Read More)

Travel

Why a returning flight is the least relaxing journey in the world

Alastair follows-up his article about going home with an article about returning flights... (Read More)

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