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  • What it feels like to ‘wake up’ during surgery (by someone it happened to) 4
    News

    What it feels like to ‘wake up’ during surgery (by someone it happened to)

    “They made the cut and it felt warm and stung. Then he pulled the eye flap back and I yelled “F*ck”

    Posted by
    Tristan Cross
    Published
  • Why Ashton Sanders will be weird forever 1
    Film

    Ashton Sanders on why he will be weird forever

    The free-spirited breakout star of Moonlight explains how he owned his ‘otherness’

    Posted by
    Chris Mandle
    Published
  • How one man became the face of British blokes
    News

    How one man became the face of British blokes

    “People just stereotype me as ‘always up for a pint’... does it represent me in total? No."

    Posted by
    Amelia Tait
    Published
  • What's it like to be sectioned?
    News

    What is it like to be sectioned?

    “The hospital staff are always say ‘this isn’t a hotel, love’…Well, it should be, it’s not meant to be prison.”

    Posted by
    Mark Brown
    Published
  • The dangerous and disturbing lives of internet vigilantes
    News

    The dangerous and disturbing world of YouTube vigilantes

    "As long as I don't die, I've got a video out of it"

    Posted by
    Jack Needham
    Published
  • Life lessons from the frontline
    Opinion

    “I’ve seen men executing other people & then eating them”: Life lessons from a war reporter

    War reporter James Brabazon on fear, courage and humanity in the world's most dangerous places

    Posted by
    Matt Blake
    Published
  • What it’s like to be a national scapegoat and what it says about our media
    Sport

    What it’s like to be a national scapegoat and what it says about England's sports mentality

    Robert Green felt the ire of the British press after his error at World Cup 2010, but does their behaviour make mistakes more likely to happen?

    Posted by
    Tristan Cross
    Published
  • What it's really like to be a male refugee living in the UK in 2018
    News

    “No-one has time for someone who is lost”: Refugees on what it’s really like living in the UK

    "We have a war, but I found my life easier there than here"

    Posted by
    Katy Fallon
    Published
  • The art of bouncing back (according to men who returned from the brink of disaster)
    Opinion

    The art of bouncing back (according to men who returned from the brink of disaster)

    It's not just for Alan Partridge you know

    Posted by
    Matt Blake
    Published
  • Why does everybody hate England fans?
    World Cup

    Why does everybody hate England football fans?

    Veteran sports writer Simon Barnes asks how Three Lions fans came to be the most despised fanbase on the planet

    Posted by
    Simon Barnes
    Published