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Wikimedia // Creative Commons

The Associates at Sadler’s Wells

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Last week Sadler’s Wells welcomed patrons to the premiere of its latest offering, The Associates, a specially curated evening featuring a collection of short pieces from three of their associate […]

If bleeding profusely from my vagina every 28 days wasn’t enough…

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Apparently I am being taxed for having a uterus! Today I learnt that George Osborne, and many others in government, are of the opinion that the use of tampons and […]

M&S: the Final Fashion Frontier?

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Marks n Sparks. M&S. The high street store that claims to be ahead of the rest. After a recent purchase, I decided to ponder over the one and only Marks […]

Oscars 2015: The Bad and The Ugly

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Like many film buffs disadvantaged by time differences and a lack of cable TV, I spent the early hours of Monday 23rd trawling through the Internet for my yearly Oscars […]

LFW Little Shilpa AW15: Take a Walk on the Wild Side

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The title of the Autumn/Winter collection showcased by Little Shilpa was Feral Nation and rightfully so. The atmosphere in the room was somewhat spectral with a play of lights plunging […]

The Truth About Being a Desi Rascal

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There are certain connotations to being a Punjabi in Britain, not many of them particularly positive. There are the usual stereotypes associated with the general South Asian diaspora; we all […]

Pink To Make The Boys Wink: Why Labours Van Might Be A Car Crash

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Labour’s latest rouse, the little pink van has caused quite a stir. It’s like a scene from The Thick of It, and Harriet Harman is experiencing the unfortunate reality of […]

Egon Schiele: Nudity, Sex, Pornography.

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Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines, sex tape induced popularity of Kim Kardashian, and escalating phenomenon of sexting manifest the pervasiveness of sexuality that, even when very explicit and aggressive, no longer […]

Review: Carl Barat and the Jackals – Let It Reign

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It is with great sadness that we see a former trailblazer pass beyond his ephemeral moment, something commonly known as ‘getting on a bit’. Just as nobody who wasn’t a […]

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