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He's previously been almost invisible from social.

Frank Ocean made his Instagram account public and fans are delighted

He's previously been almost invisible from social.

Bentham Pottery's Lee Cartledge says the mug is 'inoffensive way' to explain his feelings on Brexit.

Brexit mug with holes in it brings fame to witty Yorkshire pottery

Bentham Pottery's Lee Cartledge says the mug is 'inoffensive way' to explain his feelings on Brexit.

'So many of us just walk by.'
'In workplaces all over the country, pay discrimination is able to thrive'.

Women are taking to social media to raise awareness of Equal Pay Day

'In workplaces all over the country, pay discrimination is able to thrive'.

Several women replied to him on Twitter praising the idea.

This writer is handing out Starbucks gift cards in a ‘seasonal’ dating approach

Several women replied to him on Twitter praising the idea.

It comes as part of a feminist movement dubbed 'escape the corset.'

Why are South Korean women smashing their make-up?

It comes as part of a feminist movement dubbed 'escape the corset.'

A student from Ohio decided to use her spare change to buy a stranger's coffee, and got a heartwarming response.

Student receives tear-jerking thank-you note after buying a stranger’s coffee

A student from Ohio decided to use her spare change to buy a stranger's coffee, and got a heartwarming response.

The Space Force should be operational by 2020.
Andrew Pardy is writing a message to the world in his van.

This unusual Brexit protest involves driving across 32 countries in a van

Andrew Pardy is writing a message to the world in his van.

'It's an incredible conversation starter.'
The stories have been shared to encourage Scottish students on exam results day.

9 inspiring career stories that show there’s ‘no wrong path’ to success

The stories have been shared to encourage Scottish students on exam results day.

'But when you pay 2 dollars more for your razor blades, do you say something then?'

Burger King takes a swipe at gender inequality with its latest ad

'But when you pay 2 dollars more for your razor blades, do you say something then?'

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