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The rise of automated labour calls for a new approach to welfare

In January 2017, Finland launched a nation-wide experiment in which 2,000 unemployed Finns will receive €560 per month and will continue to do so even if they find a job.…

Twenty-First Century Apathy

This week more than most, campus has felt remarkably quiet. It could be described as post-election melancholy, as campaign posters are blown away by the wind, and one-time activists are…

Ordinary Lies

Ordinary Lies is a new six-part series of interlocking stories set in a suburban car showroom, purporting to make us question how well we really know the people we work…

Tofu

Have you ever stuck your thumb up my dad’s arse?” Thus begins the second episode of Tofu, a series of ten-minute documentaries featuring interviews about sex with actors, porn stars,…

Netflix Picks: Chuck

Netflix is perhaps the ultimate form of escapism. It allows entry to another world, and to stay there for hours on end. Escapism is what this week’s pick is all…

ISIS and the West

On September 10 this year, while the United States prepared for the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, President Obama announced plans for more airstrikes against jihadists in Iraq and…