I took part in the recent #FreeTheNipple campaign in Iceland because I'm sick of women's bodies being censored and attacked
Plus: not answering the important questions about the National Health Service
He had a phenomenal knowledge of languages, philosophy, religions and more, on top of his writing
In Sickness and in Health: He’s looking beyond the end of his nose and seeing something of the world
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Even though I've received abuse since going public, it's the bullies who should be afraid
I've spoken to liberal bloggers in Dhaka and they're terrified of what might happen to them
Everything is different about this election – apart from the message the Tories are sending out
Most people thought that if it did survive to the end, there would be more fights
Nature Studies: If we lose our pollinators, huge swathes of agriculture would collapse
This was not just the vacuous posturing of an ill-informed pundit
If this is really the sort of highbrow political discourse we’re going to have to endure for the next six weeks, count me out
A round-up of the latest on the opinion polls: back at step one
The fundamental digital disruption to the ad world has barely begun
It’s been a depressing campaign thus far: two kitchens, three terms and zero debates
The incoherence in Saudi policy encouraged Saleh, the Houthis and Iran to try to increase their influence in Yemen
Parties must rise to election challenge
The Only Way is Ethics: Many people experience mental illness, hardly ever does that lead them to kill
Russell Brand blames Germanwings crash on 'plague of mental illness' catalysed by capitalism
Israel should kidnap Barack Obama and put him on trial like a Nazi, Ukip candidate says
The dirty general election has begun: Cameron accuses Labour of 'picking your pocket', while Boris warns of return to the 'racist' 1970s
Top Gear boss Andy Wilman denies he has 'quit show'
Borneo murders: Malaysian fishmonger to be hanged after conviction for killing two British medical students Aidan Brunger and Neil Dalton
Tidal: Jay Z's Spotify rival streaming service criticised for making wealthy artists even richer
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