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Why illegal street art should be protected by copyright
Jason “Revok” Williams sprayed his trademark chevrons on a Brooklyn handball court - and ended up in a legal fight with H&M.
Grime artists cannot be ignored – and it will mean a seismic shift in public discourse
Stormzy might've won two Brits - but it was his politics that got people talking.
Britons shouldn't get their hopes up about keeping EU citizenship after Brexit
It's just one of our many, many questions.
More academics and students have mental health problems than ever before
Poor mental health has been reported widely all around the world.
How I marvelled at Black Panther’s reimagining of Africa
No ordinary tried and tested cinematic experience.
What you need to know about the tuition fee review — and how it could affect students
There could be more changes coming.
How 21 artists graffitied one man's property, made it famous, sued him when he knocked it down and won $6.7m
Amazingly, Banksy isn't involved.
What you need to know about compulsive shopping — the modern addiction no one's talking about
Most compulsive shoppers are women.
Raising awareness of mental health issues is not enough
It rings hollow without functional mental health services.
'It’s not sexual freedom if someone is raping you': Sofia Helin and the Swedish #MeToo
Helin plays Saga Noren in The Bridge.
Time's up: the 'pale, male and stale' Hollywood of Harvey Weinstein is over
For high-profile culture, Hollywood has offered audiences an exceedingly narrow view of the world.
100 years of votes for women: how far we've come and how far there's still to go
Only some women were given the vote 100 years ago today.
Cambridge University received 173 anonymous reports of sexual misconduct in nine months
In the US, more than 90% of those who were sexually assaulted on campus did not report it.
Gal Gadot, Amena Khan and the peril of being famous, female, and having political opinions
Both female beauty icons posted 'problematic' tweets about the Israel-Palestine conflict in 2014. But they weren't received the same way.
God is an algorithm: why we're closer to a Black Mirror-style reality than we think
By surrendering to technology are humans sleepwalking into a future where free will is less and less of an option?
Almost 50 years of equal pay legislation – but the waiting continues for women
It will take 217 years for women to achieve equal pay at the current rate.
Fifty years ago A Kestrel for a Knave gave working-class Britain a voice: it's needed again now more than ever
The tragic story of a lonely, bullied boy who befriends a kestrel was an instant hit in the 1960s.
Youthquake was real – here's how we know it was more than a myth
A 'university-led youth revolt'.