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Bullying and Racism in the Workplace

Bullying is often not acknowledged within the workplace; it’s brushed under the rug, and its victims are told to grow a thicker skin. Workplace bullying is the targeted mistreatment by…

Olivia Dean’s acoustic bliss at Assai Records

Earlier this month Olivia Dean announced the release of If You Know What I Mean. This exclusive vinyl is every Deano fan’s dream and features five of her favourite songs…

Lesser known genetic diseases that affect ethnic minorities

There are ethnic inequalities in health and especially in genomics studies. In 2009, it was found that only 4 per cent of genomewide association studies participants were people with non-European…

Anatomy: A Matter of Life and Death

Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life is a must-see this autumn. From charms to life masks, this exhibition explores the relationship between science and art through the history of…

Fighting to exist in white spaces

Though Black History Month in the UK is a celebratory month of Black British culture, our history, and our people, this is an issue for everyone. The purpose of Black…

EIBF 2022: Simon Woolley: Shaking Up the Establishment Review

Simon Woolley’s 2022 book, SOAR: My Journey from Council Estate to the House of Lords tells the success story of Lord Simon Woolley, Baron of Woodford. SOAR is more than…

Fringe 2022: Mark Thomas – Black and White Review

Mark Thomas’ Black and White is a hilarious critique of the political state of the UK, both past and present. Thomas’ ability to mock the Conservative Party without having to…

Fringe 2022: NASTY: ‘big’ girls being gross, mean and sexy

TW: Mention of eating disorders. It seems as though theatre hosted at TheSpaceUK venues are must-see shows at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival because, in my opinion, NASTY is the…