The curse of busyness

(4 minute read) The phrase ‘I don’t have time’ should be banished from our vocabulary, says Tascha von Uexkull. Because the truth is quite different.

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“I think more about what I can do than my limitations”

(5 minute read) Xavi Argemí is a young man who needs 24/7 attention. He can’t walk or do the normal things other young people do. But he wants the world to know how happy he is.

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FamilySocial IssuesThought-provoking

What’s going on in Hungary: an attack on the LGBT movement or a defence of the family?

(6 minute read) Kristof Eger scrutinises the polarising new legislation which has pitted his country against the European Union.

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Mental HealthSocial IssuesThought-provoking

Less talking, more spending

(6 minute read) Emily Bashforth argues that eating disorder clinics need better funding and more government support to reach those at risk.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Will it ever be possible to heal the world’s deepest open wound?

(6 minute read) Maddy Fry reports on changing perspectives for the future of Israeli-Palestinian cohabitation.

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To jab or not to jab?

(4 minute read) Can mandatory vaccination be justified as a way out of the pandemic? David Albert Jones says no …

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LatestSocial IssuesThought-provoking

The Apple Daily: an obituary

(7 minute read) Joseph Long, a writer for Hong Kong’s last free newspaper ‘The Apple Daily’, chronicles its closure.

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COVID-19Social IssuesThought-provoking

A brief introduction to the end of the world as we know it

(7 minute read) Our current economic model is not sustainable. Simply creating money will only lead to ruin, argues Jonathan E Doyle.

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Restored Masculinity: What are men for?

(7 minute read) Restored and refined masculinity is the secret to better interpersonal relationships, according to Nicole Law.

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Social IssuesThought-provoking

Why is it so hard to talk about Trans issues?

(7 minute read) Andrew Scott offers a pathway through the minefield of misunderstanding as he calls for more light and less heat in the debate.

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