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Review: Monty Python Live (mostly)

And now for something completely different. Or rather, something exactly the same. After ten shows at the O2 in London, Sunday night was the final time Monty Python will perform together. If you couldn’t afford a ticket because you don’t have a money tree in your garden, you could see it broadcast live in a…

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iPhone 6 preview

September is just around the corner, and with this, three things are certain. Norwich FC will be off to another disappointing start of the season. Freshers’ Week will leave you all the worse for wear, regardless of whether or not you actually belong there. And lastly, Apple will show off its new iPhone, bigger, shinier…

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Can Iraq ever recover from the legacy of 2003?

The seemingly unstoppable march of ISIS/ISIL (now the Islamic State, IS) through much of Iraq and some of Syria has quickly rekindled the vociferous debate surrounding the US-led invasion of 2003. While today’s crisis is the product of many factors, the war in Iraq and its subsequent management not only predestined this conflict, but foreclosed…

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Student union budget focuses on engagement and activities

The Union of UEA Students (UUEAS) has announced its annual budget for 2014-15, which will include more resources for student societies, activities, student representation and student media. The UUEAS also achieved an increase in university funding for the student union. The announcement follows lobbying from student officers and the student union’s Union Council, resulting in…


Diary of a football phobic: part 5

Apparently shit went down in the semi-finals? Alas, your correspondent was otherwise engaged while Germany not only annihilated Brazil but minced up them and turned them into a bratwurst; but I saw enough on Twitter to be able to piece together the general thrust of proceedings in Belo Horizonte. Who knew that Neymar is literally…


Review: Boyhood

Shot in 39 days over a period of 12 years, Boyhood is Richard Linklater’s astonishing new film which captures a boy’s journey from a child to a young adult. Boyhood uses the same actors throughout which mean the characters literally age on screen. It is a technique that is both intriguing and captivating to watch,…

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