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The 74 MPs who plan to vote against triggering Article 50

These are the 74 MPs who plan to vote against triggering Article 50 after the Supreme Court ruled that Theresa May must consult Parliament before triggering Britain's exit from the European Union. The MPs will be viewed by many as not only wreaking havoc among the parliamentary Brexiters but also defying ...

Westerns That Aren’t Westerns or are they?

By Michael McNulty The Western has been one of Americas most durable and popular genres with origins that precede cinema. They are often easily identifiable, concerning themselves with heroic storylines, beautiful landscapes and Stetson sporting cowboys. However, over time the genre has transcended these elements, blanketing itself in different genres ...

The Era Of Compromise With Xenophobic Agendas Has To End

By Tom Colclough Trump's victory is a disaster for too many people to list. The stories coming out of America already, of Muslim girls attacked in the streets, swastikas emblazoned in cities up and down the country and the sight of a Venezuelan cleaner breaking down in tears at work remind many ...

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Post-Brexit Alliance Building

Something exciting happened on Tuesday night. Four politicians from four big parties (Green, Labour, SNP and Lib Dem), along with Amina Gichinga and John Harris, came together to start building a Progressive Alliance. There should be another general election in the next year. A Progressive Alliance could see Labour, SNP, Lib Dem, Green, Plaid Cymru, Sinn Féin ...

Alex Lodge: Weekly Report Vol 44

By Alex Lodge (@alexlodgemusic | Insta @alexlodgemusic7) Alex Lodge is a music supervisor for film, TV and advertising at Thirty Two.  A longer than usual list today starting with a weird/sexy jam called Sunshine, through a lovely cover of one of my all time favourite songs, This Is How We ...

DVD Review: I am Wrath

Review by Ben New There are two basic types of proper rubbish films; ones that know they are rubbish and ones that don’t. The perfect example of the latter would be Tommy Wiseau’s The Room which, although could be described as the Kruger-Dunning effect 24 times a second, becomes almost ...

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