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Friday marked the start of a more citizen-focused world.

GDPR: ground zero for a more trusted, secure internet

Friday marked the start of a more citizen-focused world.

Auteur Theory has held the film industry in its grip since the 1950s.

The death of the auteur director in the #MeToo age

Auteur Theory has held the film industry in its grip since the 1950s.

A violently subversive darkly comic take on police brutality, white supremacy, and US machismo.

As Childish Gambino shows, pop music can be powerfully political – despite censorship

A violently subversive darkly comic take on police brutality, white supremacy, and US machismo.

'It’s perhaps not the best time for the left to be throwing pork-based insults at its critics.'

Gammon race row: why British Twitter is boiling over about a meaty slur

'It’s perhaps not the best time for the left to be throwing pork-based insults at its critics.'

Palestinians don’t need lessons in resilience from an international community that has utterly failed in its stated mission.

Stop telling Palestinians to be 'resilient' – the rest of the world has failed them

Palestinians don’t need lessons in resilience from an international community that has utterly failed in its stated mission.

Essential this Mental Health Awareness Week.
Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Suicides at record level among UK students

Today marks the start of Mental Health Awareness Week.

Across the North Atlantic, shipwrecks scatter the seabed like the carcasses of prehistoric creatures.

Orkney's shipwreck graveyard is bursting with life

Across the North Atlantic, shipwrecks scatter the seabed like the carcasses of prehistoric creatures.

Digital Eurovision fandom is increasingly becoming a space to discuss LGBT issues.

Eurovision fandom and how sexuality is embraced on social media

Digital Eurovision fandom is increasingly becoming a space to discuss LGBT issues.

UK universities may no longer be able to ban controversial speakers from giving talks on campus.

What you need to know about the new free speech pledge for universities

UK universities may no longer be able to ban controversial speakers from giving talks on campus.

Now is the time to remember that the way we use social medial is up to us.

Social media: 6 steps to take back control

Now is the time to remember that the way we use social medial is up to us.

If you’re new to the work of one of the greatest social scientists of all time, here’s where to start.

Karl Marx: 10 things to read if you want to understand him

If you’re new to the work of one of the greatest social scientists of all time, here’s where to start.

As Netflix announces a new TV series exploring the early development of modern football.

Five lesser known footballers who broke down racial barriers

As Netflix announces a new TV series exploring the early development of modern football.

As religion becomes less and less important.

Young women are more left wing than men, study reveals

As religion becomes less and less important.

'You have to accept that to go to uni, you’ll have to give up everything.'

What it's like growing up as a working-class girl in the UK

'You have to accept that to go to uni, you’ll have to give up everything.'

The private rented sector in Britain is less a stepping stone, and more of a trap.

5 changes that could make make housing better for generation rent

The private rented sector in Britain is less a stepping stone, and more of a trap.

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