The inquiry into the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire of June 2017 has recently been published, long-awaited by both those affected and policymakers alike. All of us hoped that the inquiry would provide some […]
On 25 October 2019, the Work and Pensions Committee published a report linking Universal Credit to ‘survival sex’. Survival sex, as explained in the report, is when someone is forced to turn to sex work […]
On the 9th November, Germany celebrated 30 years since the beginning of the fall of the Berlin Wall. To mark the occasion, vast celebrations took place across the city. From a concert with fireworks on […]
“Footballers are really in a melting pot of anxiety.” – Harry Latham-Coyle. Why it’s time to take male mental health in football more seriously. 12.5% of men in the UK are suffering from a mental health […]
The recent backlash over Nina Kraviz’s cornrows and track ‘Ghetto Kraviz’ has thrown the issue of cultural appropriation and discrimination in dance music back into popular discussion. People all over the internet, notably Frankie Decaiza […]
Image Credit- Rugby World It simply wasn’t to be for Eddie Jones’ England last Saturday, with South Africa taking home the Webb Ellis Cup following a domineering performance over an England side that had vanquished […]
Online editor Sarah Mortimore collates some products to help your Movembers, and reflects on the wider lessons that the campaign offers to fashion’s future charity causes.
Leeds’ eight constituencies have been divided since 2017 with 5 held by Labour and 3 by the Conservatives. With a city that voted narrowly to remain in the EU by 50.3% to 49.7%, a lot […]
Yasmine discusses how it is normal to see body changes and weight gain and how to love yourself for it.
Open relationships, or polyamory, on the other hand, still remain taboo – it’s ‘extramarital’, and involves something other than monogamy as cheating does, yet with express permission from all parties involved – but it’s still considered strange and not how you’re supposed to do things.