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“It’s your parents’ first time living too”: What we can learn from my mum’s career change at 54

I recently sat down with my mum who, aged 54, left her career as a Family Liaison Officer provision to start a new job as a custody officer. She spoke…

Girl math is missing my £51* an hour lecture for €3 beers in Marseille

The week before last my lecturers announced they would be striking once again. These strikes would cancel only the second week of lectures and first week of tutorials. With nothing…

Is the National Museum decolonised?

The balcony café in the National Museum is a personal favourite study spot. Bright and airy with free WiFi, charger points and decently priced coffee. I always feel removed from…

Are drug consumption rooms a positive measure?

A new pilot project has been given the green light to allow a supervised drug consumption room to open in Glasgow city centre. The project plans to provide heroin users…

Is it so hard for Liz Truss to apologise?

Liz Truss, the prime minister who couldn’t outlive a head of lettuce, has written a travel piece for The Telegraph reflecting on her 49-day trip to Number 10 Downing Street.…

Gender Reform Bill Blocked, Why?

Another divide between the Scottish parliament and the UK government has slammed the rights of the trans community across the UK. A protest was sparked after a rift formed between…

This week in public… my friend was clapped at

We all know the part of the movie where the protagonist messes up and receives the three slow claps from their co-stars. One clap, two clap, three clap. All followed…