George Osborne has been made the new Editor for the London Evening Standard. Samuel Betley asks; "How did this happen? And what does this mean for both politics and journalism?"
The reality is that periods are expensive. Research shows that someone who menstruates could be spending over £18,000 on products for their period over their lifetime.
"The movie, I, Daniel Blake brought the benefit system back into the limelight with an undeniable force." Holly Bancroft argues that we cannot ignore the growing food bank crisis and lingering government austerity.
"Women are only 5% of the prison population, but are involved in 23% of all self-harm attempts" Helena Snider writes.
Regardless of how we mourn these celebrities, Dr Deborah Carr’s comments in Psychology Today certainly resonate. She expresses that their ‘deaths teach us that everyone will die someday, and neither fame nor wealth nor talent shields us from...
"In the mainstream, those like Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn are the future. The Farages, Trumps and Le Pens are taking the mantel on the right. Of course we’re being told they’re communist, fascist, racist, or my personal favourite...
It’s called democracy, and many people seem to have forgotten about it.