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21 December 2014
Alex Salmond's Latest Comments Could Break The Internet
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The Immigration Rhetoric Arms Race Continues...
Alex Salmond Is Having A Change Of Heart Over Scottish Votes For English Laws
What Is Really Causing the A&E Crisis?
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Mehdi's Morning Memo
North Korea Calls For Joint Probe Into Sony Hacking
Australia Police Make Arrest In Killing Of 8 Children
Elderly Nigerians, Unable To Flee Boko Haram, Rounded Up And Shot Dead
Israel Resumes Airstrikes In Gaza
Russia Dismisses New U.S. Sanctions As Useless
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Hartlepool FC Want To Sign Convicted Rapist Ched Evans
Amir Khan Gifts £30k Gold Shorts To Taliban Attack School
Spurs Torch Toon Hopes Amid Qatari Takeover Talk
This Kid Has Some Serious Free Kick Skills
Assessing the Promoted Teams' Chances of Premier League Survival as the Season Nears Halfway
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Did 'Glee' Star Cause Caroline's Split?
Spoiler! 'EastEnders' Character To Be Killed Off
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Homeless Daniella Denies Splashing The Cash
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Culture Of Kindness
The Week In 50 Funny Tweets
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2014: The Year In (Funny) Pictures
House Syncs Its Christmas Lights To 'Star Wars' Music, And It's Amazing
What British People Say Vs What They Mean At Christmas
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Family Takes Pictures With Santa Every Christmas For 60 Years
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Woman Gets Spectacular Revenge On Husband Cheating With Her Twin
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9-Year-Old Writes Adorable Thank You Letter To Police After Sydney Siege
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Rogue Sun Could Wipe Out Life On Earth
Were The Apollo Missions Being Watched By Aliens?
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Exhibition: Giovanni Battista Moroni, Royal Academy of Arts
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Parasol Unit: The Best in Contemporary Art in East London Hackney Run by a Visionary
How to Write a Ballet: Part One
How does one think up a load of dance music? Which comes first, the dancing chicken or the musical egg? Many people have asked me whether...
Life in the Arts Lane - Week 67 - Approaches to TEFAF
On Friday we were invited, by a Masterpiece prodigal son, Vanderven, to their annual dinner at the private club 'Groote Societeit" at the...
On the Streets Invaded - RUN, Borondo, Alexis Diaz, Pixel Pancho, Space Invader, Martha Cooper, Vinz
With the weather starting to feel like a 'street art weather', there has been some proper creative energy flowing on the streets. Leading...
Why Higher Education in the UK Is Nothing More Than a Tick-Box Culture
If I talk about assessments to students, here is what I say. Writing an essay is your way of writing about a topic that interests you....
Chihuahuas and Little Pots of Ink
I have been stuck in my sisters spare room for a couple of weeks, my knees gave out on the last 'house move', some sort of sprain, have...
Newcomer to Art Scene Brings Joys of Spring to Battersea
With Spring on the horizon, a brand new piece of artwork is one of the best ways to breathe new life into home interiors. New to the art...
The Line - A Sculpture Walk for London
For years I've been fascinated by the extraordinary amount of artwork that exists, hidden from public view, residing in storage. Across...
Olivier Nominations Show How Far Apart Theatre Audiences and Critics Are
This week the nominations for the Olivier Awards were announced and as well as the usual controversy over who was (and wasn't) nominated,...
Bringing Meaning to My Work
"Why?" It is a question that others always ask of us, and that, as artists, we continually ask of ourselves. Words are a good place to...
The Three Most Distinctive Art Fairs in London Today
For these undiscovered artists, The Other Art Fair is a unique platform from which they can independently showcase their work: to gallerists,...
On The Streets - The Freshest Global Street Art Brought To You Every Week: 28 February 2014
'My art does not change the world, but I hope it inspires people to change how they look at the world and at other people'
Fiction Is My First Language, So Why Not Use It to Talk About Art?
Alongside my more traditional literary fiction, novels such as Foxy-T (Faber and Faber), I have been writing short stories about art for...
Should Children be Banned From Museums?
Whatever the reasons, it can only be a good thing that museums have become more accessible to children, families and other diverse audiences,...
A Classroom Culture Clash
If Britain is to protect its international reputation in the arts and creative industries and the sector is to flourish in the future then...
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