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International Women’s Day: celebrating Lifestyle’s unsung heroes

In the past year, we have seen social justice movements, a global pandemic, political uprisings and creative innovations. At the front of many of those changes were incredible women, sustaining us through lockdown, saving lives, leading protests and countries, advocating for justice. With International Women’s Day coming up, here is a list of inspiring women […]

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Art Culture

Queen Charlotte Sophia, a portrayal of Britain?

With Museums and Galleries closed, The Guardian is currently on The Great British Art Tour, introducing art from the UK’s collections. One of the works featured in January portrayed Queen Charlotte Sophia, wife to King George III, a figure who, over the last twenty years, has been the subject to theories concerning her racial identity. The portrait […]

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Stricter Covid-19 measures established after new spike in infections

After coronavirus cases have reached a record high, the Scottish government has introduced new restrictions regarding socialising, starting this week. This comes after chief medical advisors across the UK have moved the Covid-19 alert level from three to four, stating that transmission of the virus is “high or rising exponentially”. Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon […]