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Review: ‘This House’ and our Real Life Theatre Of The Absurd

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Photo: National Theatre Last week the National Theatre streamed James Graham’s 2012 play This House on YouTube. It tells...

Why I’ve Left Twitter

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Quitting Twitter shouldn’t have been as hard as it was, but I felt a small part of myself die as my...

Rogan Quits YouTube for Spotify

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Joe Rogan’s departure from YouTube to a lucrative Spotify contract is a welcome, if small, step towards pluralism in social media. Estimated...

Why We Need To Stop Clapping For Carers

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Photo: Reuters.com It’s funny how often in life the bizarre and out of character quickly becomes the norm....

The Morality of Lockdown

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Whilst many people seem to believe that the only thing wrong with the UK Government’s response...

Interview: John Barry on the sixth Male Psychology Conference

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Next month sees the sixth Male Psychology Conference take place at UCL. Here, we interview Dr John Barry, the lead organiser of...

We need architecture based on beauty – not economic expediency

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