Oscar Quine

Oscar Quine is a writer, reporter and editorial assistant across The Independent titles.

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Joan Armatrading interview: The singer-songwriter on performing with her eyes closed, studying for a degree, and flying a helicopter

Armatrading­, 64, is an award-winning singersongwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose hits include 'Love and Affection' and 'Drop the Pilot'

Barbara Richardson near her Lancashire home, where the prospect of fracking has mobilised her

From HS2 and fracking to Heathrow's third runway, meet the new face of protest in the UK

Not everyone is a natural protester. So what's it like to abandon the quiet life and take up the struggle? Oscar Quine talks to four unlikely placard-wavers

10 best men's graphic print t-shirts

From bold pieces by up-and-coming designers to stand-out prints on the high street, we found t-shirts to talk about

A bedroom at the Greyhound

The Greyhound on the Test, Hampshire: Fishing and walking around a Michelin Pub of the Year

A small hotel in Hampshire was named Michelin's Pub of the Year. Oscar Quine settled into its new bedrooms

Georg Baselitz interview: The German painter on the art world's jokers, being a pessimist, and 'dirty work-trouser' days

Baselitz's first exhibition of paintings was seized by the public prosecutor on grounds of indecency. This notoriety was later reinforced with his trademark upsidedown paintings

Michael Dobbs: The Tory peer and creator of 'House of Cards'

Michael Dobbs: The Tory peer on 'House of Cards', where Margaret Thatcher went wrong, and having a Labour-supporting son

'Election night was one of the most exciting nights of my political life'

Lammy says: 'I've made the journey from Broadwater Farm to the boardroom - in a way, that’s only possible in this city'

David Lammy interview: Could the MP's rootedness prove decisive in his bid to become Mayor of London?

David Lammy was touched by the 7/7 attacks in a way that only deepened his connection to the city he grew up in

Candace Bushnell interview: The Sex and the City creator on dating for over-forties, and why we may not have seen the last of Carrie

Bushnell's column for The New York Observer was adapted into a bestselling anthology that went on to form the basis of the TV series and two hit movies

Ping Pong Gineteria

Hong Kong's Sai Ying Pun district: Eating, drinking and the rise of PoHo

Soaring rents have pushed the city's young creatives out to Sai Ying Pun. Oscar Quine sets off to explore the district

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend perform at Glastonbury 2015

The Who at Glastonbury 2015 review: Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend deliver the Sunday night goods

The remaining members of the Who earned their place in the Glastonbury Greats pantheon

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