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Universities face student “mental health crisis”

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Elsa Tarring reports on the effects coronavirus is having on students' mental health...

Marshal law: are we being blamed for the spread of COVID-19?

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Muslim Taseer on the friction between students and the state ...

‘Rethink. Reskill. Reboot.’ – Are the Arts under attack?

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Tiyanna Mistry criticises the government's recently resurfaced 'cyber' advert....

Is the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme really helping out?

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Cayla Viner outlines some serious flaws in the recent government scheme...

The Government is mishandling the ‘Migrant Crisis’

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Gemma Powell criticises the current Government response to the 'Migrant Crisis'...

Arguing against the government’s new anti-obesity campaign

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Amy Harris outlines her criticism of the government's new anti-obesity initiative ...

“Art can help someone with trauma”: interview with Disabled Artist

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Joe Molander talks to the person behind the abstract geometric works gaining traction on Instagram ...

Comedy in crisis: Will the government Save Live Comedy?

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Forced to close, with no way to reopen, and no government bailout, Grace Piercy looks at the campaign to Save Live Comedy....

Easing lockdown: how how will the public respond?

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Boris Johnson announced this week that we are leaving national hibernation. However, thousands of people have taken his words too literally and are ‘’taking too many...

‘Either late, or just plain wrong’: The Government Response to COVID-19

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The UK Government’s response to Coronavirus is rather like a night out in Soho. Absurdly late, full of embarrassing stumbles, and causing long-lasting damage. Unfortunately, the...