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Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ for 2038

Sierra Mañana, author and revolutionary, was unheard of a mere eighteen months ago. Then, her book A People’s Planet; You are the Saviour of Earth was published, and has since been translated into almost fifty languages on its way to becoming … Continue reading

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Three Points of View

A big, raucous house party of drunken high-school students. We examine the scene from the perspective of three individuals concerning the incident; one of the teens attending the party, a police officer called to the scene, and a parent of … Continue reading

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Hounslow: Part XI – Brittle

Black, blue, dark red, splashes of burgundy… These were Myung-Bo’s favourite tights, featuring almost all her favourite colours. They were not as garish as those worn by the majority of young women in the local area, but then she was … Continue reading

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I hate quotations. Tell me what you know.

– Ralph Waldo Emerson You may have noticed that, predominantly thanks to the digging efforts of DSG and Brian Whelan, the Independent’s Orwell Prize-winning journalist Johann Hari has come under a smidgen of flak for failing to correctly attribute quotes in … Continue reading

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