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Writing on The Conversation in 2016, Travis Holland declared that The Simpsons had lost its way.

Why The Simpsons are needed more than ever in the age of Donald Trump

Writing on The Conversation in 2016, Travis Holland declared that The Simpsons had lost its way.

An inflatable “baby” Donald Trump was the star attraction in London as protestors take to the streets to register their dissatisfaction with the visit of the US president.

Trump baby balloon: why humour is such a powerful form of protest

An inflatable “baby” Donald Trump was the star attraction in London as protestors take to the streets to register their dissatisfaction with the visit of the US president.

In case you were wondering, here's how it goes.

Theresa May's Brexit crisis: how to oust a Tory leader

In case you were wondering, here's how it goes.

Successes have left one pre-tournament talking point out of the headlines.

World Cup: Russia isn't safe for LGBT fans, and Qatar 2022 will be worse

Successes have left one pre-tournament talking point out of the headlines.

Everybody loves a good whodunnit.
'Brexit had me in tears – it has changed everything.'

How Brexit is making young Eastern Europeans in the UK fear for their future

'Brexit had me in tears – it has changed everything.'

Lush has been at the centre of a scandal after it featured prominent window displays with police tape and 'cop/spy' posters.

From bath bombs to spy cops – why cosmetic store Lush took on the police

Lush has been at the centre of a scandal after it featured prominent window displays with police tape and 'cop/spy' posters.

Everyone should be invited to the celebration of football.

World Cup: sexism in British punditry is clear for all to see

Everyone should be invited to the celebration of football.

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How Carrie and co. made fashion a symbol of individual agency and choice.

Sex and the City is 20 – and still in fashion

How Carrie and co. made fashion a symbol of individual agency and choice.

There are almost 250,000 international students in Russia.

How Russia is using international students as a weapon in the new Cold War

There are almost 250,000 international students in Russia.

Only 26% of disabled students achieved five A* to C grades at GCSE.

Low expectations are stopping young disabled people going to university

Only 26% of disabled students achieved five A* to C grades at GCSE.

'The ConversationRosie called out Adam’s behaviour, and it’s time we enable everyone to do the same.'

Love Island: Adam shows teenagers how not to treat romantic partners

'The ConversationRosie called out Adam’s behaviour, and it’s time we enable everyone to do the same.'

Drug use at uni isn’t just about getting high on a night out.

What drugs are students taking and why are they taking them?

Drug use at uni isn’t just about getting high on a night out.

This is an industry in which old hands wear their tales of ill treatment like badges of honour.

Why journalism students (and many who teach it) will be glad to see the back of the Daily Mail's editor

This is an industry in which old hands wear their tales of ill treatment like badges of honour.

The arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury docks on June 22, 1948 marked a watershed moment in the recent history of immigration to Britain.

Black history is still largely ignored, 70 years after Empire Windrush reached Britain

The arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury docks on June 22, 1948 marked a watershed moment in the recent history of immigration to Britain.

'Whilst Hayley might say some surprising things, it tends to be her accent that people queue up to criticise.'

Love Island: audience reaction shows deep snobbery about accents

'Whilst Hayley might say some surprising things, it tends to be her accent that people queue up to criticise.'

The case of Billy Caldwell has reignited the long-running debate over the medical uses of the plant in Britain.

Cannabis: how British laws around the drug have evolved

The case of Billy Caldwell has reignited the long-running debate over the medical uses of the plant in Britain.

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