Looking for a new way to occupy yourself throughout lockdown? Anushka Searle breaks down the how The Guardian’s online book club works and how she found the experience.
In normal times, a crisis or a major protest would thrill the press. Commentators would happily write, talk and saturate us with an issue before moving on to the next fresh controversy. Now, however, journalists […]
The highly contested and wrongful tax on tampons- till now dubbed as “non-essential, luxury items” by those who have absolutely no right to claim so- is finally being removed, as announced on the 2020 budget. […]
Eleven University of Leeds scholars have declared that they will be boycotting Israeli academic institutions in response to Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestinian land. The declaration to show solidarity to Palestinians has a list of […]
The University has responded to a recent Guardian article which ‘incorrectly’ lists Leeds as one of the top Russell Group universities which fail to provide guidelines for its students to report allegations of sexual violence. […]
“Sorry what was the question? I was just thinking about myself” Over rabbit and chickpeas and a side of speck, Lucy Holden talks psychoanalysis, narcissism and expletives with Giles Coren in Kentish Town. Giles Coren […]
4/5 Stars As part of the Guardian’s open-journalism project, I took part in a Tweet Night for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. This experiment attempted to encourage people to re-think how we create theatre […]
Over coffee at The Ivy Observer food critic and regular MasterChef judge Jay Rayner tells Lucy Holden about metaphorically sharpening his knives, a feature that landed him in a Dutch bath with a hooker […]