The reality is that buying these corrosive substances is easier than buying knives...
Words by Emma Greedy It most definitely was not Boris who was at fault for stating that he believed Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was in Iran teaching journalism. His statement was simply misinterpreted, by absolutely everybody… Much like the time that everybody in Britain misinterpreted Johnson’s promise of £350 million pounds being returned to the NHS if [...]
Words by Robin Ward. London’s nightlife is renowned globally for its vast, cutting-edge selection of clubs. The city’s vibrant and myriad community, eclectically spanning indie-rockers to grime and garage heads, pack the likes of Phonox and Ministry every weekend. Even if nights spent flailing around in a smoky room and spilling your beer over your [...]
Words by William Watkin. Post-truth, post-fact, fake news, bullshit; these are all words trying to capture our new relationship to the ancient art of lying. It has widely been assumed that a year of digitised bullshit-spreading has resulted in a dramatic shift in the political landscape from evidence-based governance spanning the centre-ground, to personality-driven demagogues [...]