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News, Politics & Tech
More than 100 million people around the world have no place to call home. The World’s Big Sleep Out aims to make a difference.
‘Volocopter’ began trials with passengers on its flying drone taxis in Singapore, which has many questioning the future of the industry, and its jobs.
40 year old Marieke Vervoort took her life in her native Belgium after a lifelong battle with an incurable, degenerative spinal disease.
A new report says students are struggling to survive on current funding levels, as rents rise and outside work creates mental health issues.
Northern Ireland joins 30 countries in the legalisation of same-sex marriage.
Campaigners in Australia are calling on politicians to stop restricting press freedoms as three journalists may face jail over secret documents.
Smeura is the biggest animal shelter in the world, with over 6,000 dogs, but Romania’s strays have become a victim of populist, inhumane laws.
How much abuse should backpackers tolerate for a visa extension to stay in Australia for a second year?
Life & Style
Life as an Egyptian woman in Cairo, living with a curfew and struggling with gender equality.
Social eating has changed, but the stigma of ready meals being unhealthy can be overcome, as long as you use the food labels.
Endometriosis effects 10% of women in the UK and is considered one of the most painful conditions. But why have so many people never heard of it?
He is one of the most striking outsider artists of the 20th century, but his work reveals a man who suffered abuse and neglect throughout his life.
If you are struggling with symptoms of psychosis, there are many organisations that can help.
Fancy a city break to a location that works all year round? Try exploring the Norweigan capital, but go prepared for the weather.
How one student’s road accident led to serious mental health issues and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Football can be unforgiving; with outdated stereotypes still rife in the beautiful game. Stonewall FC and Titans are challenging these negative ideas one game at a time.
The artist who is sculpting and sketching the faces we do not often scroll past online.
“I prefer the way I look with make-up on,” said 41% of British women, we find out why they bother investing time on make-up.
An inside perspective on London’s growing graffiti scene.
Ivo Belohoubek details his activism-led filmmaking covering some of the most devastating natural disasters of the last ten years.
An inside look into the gender blurring world of South London Drag King, Beau Jangles.
The new exhibition at the Southbank Centre covers more than 70 years of the artist’s career.
Is outdoor advertising eating up London’s identity? We examine the impact of advertising on the capital’s public transport.
From childhood to adulthood, the creation of imaginary worlds and realities can be a tool for creativity, development, and dealing with trauma.
Lauren MacDonald has only got two years to go back to University, but making sure we don’t die of famine is top of her list.
When trees take more than 50 years to mature, could hemp plants that grown in 100 days be our saving grace?
As awareness grows of the environmental damage, we ask what is the beauty industry doing to tackle the plastic issue?
The dairy industry is deemed harmful to the environment, but are the alternatives as harmless as they seem?
Entertainment & Music
As music becomes more accessible, is our need for speed causing a shift in the way we consume music and the way it’s created?
Meet hair and makeup artist Loz Schiavo who talks about her past, her design process and creating the iconic Peaky cut.
How women in comedy are fighting to shake off the stigma that they are not funny, even in 2019.
The latest in the Terminator franchise is out in movies, so what can we expect from the continuation of the iconic series?
A+ Cities: Special edition
Chinese students on the complex reality of life in London
How Barcelona’s charities are giving the city’s homeless women a new lease of life
New York’s homelessness problem has its roots in the American welfare system
Systemic barriers make integration a struggle for Toronto’s economic migrants
Restrictive audition processes at some of the UK’s top drama schools highlight elitism in British acting
By Melissa Johnson In London, it’s that time of the night. Even in a city that never sleeps there is a loophole time when young explorers can camouflage themselves within the
Two students’ secret relationship exposes their home country’s conservative attitudes towards homosexuality
Are Ecuador’s indigenous cultural traditions being lost to tourism and modernity?