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The nation’s most generous citizens appear to be following in the footsteps of their most famous predecessor
'I don't think anyone should tell women what to wear,' says London Mayor Sadiq Khan
Is it a gimmick to simply block off technology or is this the antidote we need in a society over-reliant on social media?
Brighton's new i360 continues a growing tradition of weird and wonderful viewing platforms around the world
There have been calls for Labour and the Greens to stand down in each others' target seats
Residents are at odds over the i360 tower, which opens next week. Does it symbolise a golden future or encroaching corporatism? And why does a city with so many other problems need it? Kashmira Gander reports
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Until Sunday, the music industry descends on Brighton for one of its largest annual showcases of new and upcoming acts – The Great Escape festival. Among punters desperately seeking access to hotly tipped sets from the likes of Stormzy, Songhoy Blues and Oh Wonder, others will be heading to the accompanying convention for a more measured take on the state of the business.
Students speak out both for and against the move as the NUS passes a motion to support other universities
The former defender tells the Independent that the promotion shoot-out is weighted in Boro's favour - but has a cautionary tale from his time at the club
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Appointment receives mixed response on social media amid 'anti-Semitism' allegations
Passing of the motion divides opinion on Twitter on the first day of National Conference
OUSU sabbatical team says: 'There are still questions to be answered'
Attendees will elect the political leadership of the organisation for upcoming academic year