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An Interview with: Lord Deben

John Selwyn Gummer, Lord Deben There are a number of concessions around Carrow Road which sell various items of fast food to Norwich’s hungry football fans on matchdays. Today, the stadium has been taken over by UEA for graduation, so none of them are open. It’s just as well really, because I’ve never had a…

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The importance and impact of word choice

Oxford Dictionaries have been forced to review the wording used in their definitions, following suggestions that some of their content was sexist, sparking a debate about whether or not sexism and other forms of discrimination are inherent in aspects of our language. The discussion was started when the Canadian anthropologist Michael Oman-Reagan tweeted the dictionary…

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New Year, New You

Hey, wake up. Don’t you remember? It’s 2015! Can you believe it? A new year means a new you, right? So, after you’ve separated your face from the sticky carpet, scraped your aching bones into an upright position, popped a few paracetamols, and quietly stepped over the sleeping bodies of whichever house you might’ve found…

Creative Writing, OldVenue

Jog On

  I started running to improve myself. I bought a pair of trainers and some shorts. They said I needed to for my health. They kept on and I’d used up all my retorts. So now I’m pounding the pavement each day. Sweat pours from pores I didn’t know I had And my crimson face…

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