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How have social media poets revolutionised the art form?

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Patrick Young discusses the modern revolution of poetry in which contemporary poets have presented their work online rather than on paper ...

Is there enough regulation of political parties’ social media?

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Faye Navesey on the Conservatives' decision to pose as an objective fact checker on Twitter...

Instagram: presentation or performance?

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Lifestyle Editor Holly Margerrison celebrates her 30 day Instagram detox...

Molly Russell’s legacy: How the death of the 14-year-old could help to protect the lives of hundreds of others

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The tragic death of 14-year-old Molly Russell in 2017 took the internet by storm and shock, exposing us to the important influence of social media on the mental health of the...

Bernardo Silva faces FA racism charge

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Phil Etchells discusses the racism storm that emerged following a tweet from Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva. ...

Danny Baker fired over controversial racist tweet

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Charlotte Boulton reports on the 5 Live presenter's offensive tweet and subsequent sacking......

The changing face of cultural criticism

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Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas discusses the effect that social media has had on the world of theatre criticism...

Social media’s impact on the film industry

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Joe Holloran speaks of the impact of social media on the film industry...

Roasts, Toasts and Soapboxes

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Comment's home of rants: weird, wonderful, weekly. Our two new columns give writers the chance to roast, or toast, a figure or group of their choosing....

Ed sassy online savagery

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Ed Sheeran’s recent ‘Dear Natalie Edwards from The Sun Newspaper…’ letter on Instagram came with more savagery than a late night skirmish outside Munchies between a...