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30 July 2016
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A poet has forced people to re-think their prejudice against refugees with a startling poem highlighting the plight of those fleeing conflict...
Test Your Poetry Knowledge With This Tricky Little Quiz
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People across the globe have been sharing their favourite verses to help mark World Poetry Day - but how many famous poems can you actually...
I Found Out I Was Pregnant on My Way to Glastonbury
It's very hard to not feel like you are constantly apologising for the existence of this small person: for feeling sick, for being tired,...
A Magic Solution to Fracking and Climate Change?
Leonardo Di Caprio's impassioned Oscars acceptance speech urging collective responsibility for Climate Change demonstrated how popular...
Two Tolkien Poems Found In Obscure 1936 School Newspaper
Two previously unseen poems penned by ‘The Lord Of The Rings’ author JRR Tolkien have been discovered on the pages of an obscure school...
Love is... Worse Than a Paper Cut
So, Valentine's Day, you pink, fluffy and, ironically, heartless bastard. Hated by couples who rue its commercialisation. Hated by couples...
How Writing Can Heal
I really believe in the power of creativity to help. For me, it's writing. But equally all forms of creative expression are vital, whether...
Even True Scots Might Struggle With This Cracking Burns Night Quiz
Sarah Ann Harris
Burns Night is now upon us, but what exactly is Scotland's big day all about? The celebration commemorates the birth of iconic Scottish...
Woman Writes Powerful Poem To Her Mum Explaining What Depression Feels Like
Sabina Benaim suffers from depression. But it's something her mum just doesn't understand. To try and vocalise her thoughts and feelings...
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Surely there is nothing left to say. Or maybe there is but by someone else. In the words of Philip Levine '[t]here is more to be said,/...
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Jeremy Corbyn has marked Remembrance Sunday by reading from Wilfred Owen's poem 'Futility'. After fulfilling his formal role as Leader...
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