Arts & Ents

What Sex and the City taught me about love

The iconic “Sex and the City” TV show ended on 22 February 2004, precisely 15 years ...

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A Private War review: Rosamund Pike is brilliant

A Private War, based on the life and career of The Sunday Times war correspondent ...

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Battlefield V Review: The new Battlefield is on target

The Battlefield series is known to heavily focus on the concept of realism so imagine ...

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Resident Evil 2 review: reopening nightmares

  “Stay back sir, I’ve got this.” Moments later the officer is tackled to the ...

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Stop giving drug dealers business

So, of course, as students, we all appreciate a bit of extra cash. A night ...

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Wealthy students avoid £6K of interest on tuition fees: it’s not fair

When I was nine years old, my primary school took me on a school trip ...

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We need to be more responsible about charity

Charity has an automatically good association. And, no, I am not going to write a ...

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In defence of radical feminism

As a feminist writer I find myself defending this position more than I find myself ...

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