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Refugees are not the criminals of nightmares

The women seeking asylum at Yarl’s Wood should be treated as human beings and not dangerous criminals

Paddington 2 is about compassion not politics

In a world of highly politicised cinema, not every film made must have an innate ideological stance

The lack of women in comedy is a tragedy

It has taken years to include women in mainstream stand-up, it is now time for women to take the lead in comedy

Fast track degrees are setting us up for failure

The plans for two year degrees at university deprive prospective students of the factors that make higher education so valuable

Don’t let charm hide North Korea’s true malice

The olive branch to the west is not the thaw in relations that many hope for, but the start of a new, more troubling phase

Refugees deserve our respect as well as our help

The current situation in Calais is abhorrent and it is essential for the British government to resolve the crisis

CLASH OF COMMENT: Should students support their striking lecturers?

YES – Ed Smith I recently watched Made in Dagenham. For those who are not familiar, it is a film…

Is time up now for the #MeToo Movement?

Decrying offenders is not enough: focus on supporting victims, argues Emily Taylor

A hearty snack: How about ‘panic au chocolat’?

Life at university is highly stressful and panic eating can be seen as a solution, but does it become part of the problem?

The franchise is not to be meddled with by kids

There is a great injustice in this realm of ours which has gone scarcely noticed and scandalously unmentioned. For too…

A forgotten people: detained refugees of the U.K

Helen Stanes highlights the dire need for media attention toward Britian’s forgotten Asylum seekers

NME is distributing away their dignity

Jacob Phillips reflects on the glory days of the publication he reveres