After emerging as a powerful force for social justice during the BLM protests last summer, K-pop fans are now mobilising around another urgent human rights issue: Palestinian liberation.
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The highly lauded author talks psychedelics, Twitter, and his undefinable new novel, Threshold.
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Caught up in a purge of parody Twitter accounts, beloved (and imaginary) non-league side Streatham Rovers now face an existential threat.
The app’s recent decision to get rid of ‘likes’ has been celebrated as a positive move for our collective wellbeing. But does it really make a difference?
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We talk to new-age millennial worshippers about what draws them to church, and whether faith and progressiveness are mutually exclusive.
Chidera Eggerue has come under fire for pushing a brand of feminism that claims not to care about men, yet also seems intensely obsessed with them. But she isn’t alone.
Footballing legend and internet sensation Neville Southall takes on the biggest issues of our time. This week, he reflects on his time on Twitter.
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