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Why I will never get over Partygate

I know that I, like most of the readers, followed the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. I remember visiting my grandad in the summer of 2020, he was in the conservatory, we…

Commercial surrogacy: A global market for babies?

“It’s an amazing gift. The BEST gift”. This is how actress Rebel Wilson described surrogacy in an Instagram post announcing the birth of her baby earlier this week. What Wilson…

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo

The “organizing consultant” and creator of the KonMarie method, Marie Kondo has been a rising star since publishing her book The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art…

Star Wars hits the small screen: A first look at The Mandalorian

Star Wars is a series that has dominated our cinema screens for just over forty years now, and after so many decades as a colossus of film, merchandising, gaming, animation…

The Cry

BBC One’s new psychological thriller, The Cry, hits close to home for many parents. Jenna Coleman, the ex-Doctor Who actress, plays a young mother, Joanna, who is the focus of…

Maniac

After a somewhat dry-spell in the constant output of Netflix originals, Patrick Somerville’s miniseries Maniac directed by Cary Fukanaga is a much-needed breath of fresh-air. The series follows Annie (Emma…

An incredible season to bring character back to the Premier League

Taking off his fittingly-chic glasses to wipe away the tears, Claudio Ranieri walked down the tunnel at the Stadium of Light, knowing that his side would be playing in the…

Borland’s retirement reignites concussion debate

Chris Borland’s decision to walk away from the San Francisco 49ers last week once again brought the age-old debate surrounding concussions back into the sporting consciousness. To see an athlete,…