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The ad tells the story of a young girl who tries to help a baby orangutan whose home has been destroyed to create palm oil.

Iceland Christmas ad: banned, but it will help 2018 go down as the year of 'corporate caring'

The ad tells the story of a young girl who tries to help a baby orangutan whose home has been destroyed to create palm oil.

Billy and Dot’s love story was a complicated one.
Does snapping the day away bring us closer together or push us further apart?

Social media: is it really to blame for young people being lonelier than any other age group?

Does snapping the day away bring us closer together or push us further apart?

Women's role in war have shifted over the ages.
Unless you're getting such as angry about crash diets, binge drinking or stress.

Fat people do not need your concerns about their health

Unless you're getting such as angry about crash diets, binge drinking or stress.

Concerns are being expressed about the potential objectification of male actors in drama series such as Bodyguard and Poldark.

Why the sexual objectification of men isn't just a bit of fun

Concerns are being expressed about the potential objectification of male actors in drama series such as Bodyguard and Poldark.

The number of first year students arriving at university who report a mental health condition is five times what it was ten years ago.

University students with mental illnesses are falling through the gaps

The number of first year students arriving at university who report a mental health condition is five times what it was ten years ago.

Sexual harassment is widespread and affects the lives of women and girls, in particular, every day.

Lad culture and sexual harassment in universities: it's about more than a 'few bad apples'

Sexual harassment is widespread and affects the lives of women and girls, in particular, every day.

The prospect of living with complete strangers is enough to make anyone nervous – especially if their culture is alien to you.

Freshers' week: how to make a good first impression

The prospect of living with complete strangers is enough to make anyone nervous – especially if their culture is alien to you.

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A whirlwind spy tale of murder, obsession, betrayal and resilience.

Killing Eve: twisting the spy genre with comedy, tragedy and strong women

A whirlwind spy tale of murder, obsession, betrayal and resilience.

Rather than leaving home, the biggest worry for freshers is fitting in with new flatmates.

Freshers' week: how to resist the pressure to drink (if you don't want to)

Rather than leaving home, the biggest worry for freshers is fitting in with new flatmates.

The elephants are being moved from South Africa to a new home in Mozambique.

World Elephant Day: What it takes to move 200 elephants 1500 km

The elephants are being moved from South Africa to a new home in Mozambique.

Boris Johnson’s inflammatory remarks about women who wear the burqa have sparked outrage and fierce debate.

Burqa comments like Boris Johnson’s are pushing Muslims to reassert their identity

Boris Johnson’s inflammatory remarks about women who wear the burqa have sparked outrage and fierce debate.

Lady Gaga’s apology about the tragic passing of Zombie Boy highlights how difficult it can be to talk about sudden and unexpected deaths.

Lady Gaga’s Twitter blunder and why speculating about suicide after a celebrity death is problematic

Lady Gaga’s apology about the tragic passing of Zombie Boy highlights how difficult it can be to talk about sudden and unexpected deaths.

Gang culture, social media, drug violence, funding cuts to policing and youth clubs, poverty - they've all been blamed for knife crime in London.

Why the UK needs its own Black Lives Matter moment to wake up to police racism

Gang culture, social media, drug violence, funding cuts to policing and youth clubs, poverty - they've all been blamed for knife crime in London.

In recent weeks, a number of quite astounding articles have appeared in the British press.

Why the mainstream media should stop giving extreme views a platform

In recent weeks, a number of quite astounding articles have appeared in the British press.

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