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> The Six Nations is thundering toward its conclusion, and the patriotism it inspires is more apparent than ever before.  Few other European competitions can claim to match the tournament for pure,...

> There is a wonderful bubble called university.  We spend three yars drunkenly floating about in it, before something nasty alled reality comes along and pops it. Welcome to the real world. When I...

> More mutual friends than real mates?  Status updated more regularly than your underwear?  It’s probably time to take a look at your relationship with Facebook. Facebook seems to have devoured...

> WesternEye looks at Stokes Croft’s proposed supermarket, the progress of which has been (Sains)buried in red tape by campaigners, and wonders if a Lidl common sense an some Co-Operation migh...

>The media’s destruction of a previously anonymous Bristolian landlord gives cause for anyone who hasn’t recently commited a murder to worry.  Westerneye looks at a modern day witch hunt. The...

> The BBC has found itself embroiled in another age discrimination argument.  Is the corporation ageist? Or does this latest case represent a case of sour grapes from a former employee? On the afternoon...

> A student ponders how a well known idiom affects more lives than people may think. I write this on a random philosophical tangent, in the mist of temporal insomnia, upon one creative night. I...

Reviews, restructures and slogans: what exactly is going on at UWE?  A PHD student voices his opinion on a confused climate, a pertubed staff union and the air of uneasiness… Every person who comes...

> Not content with introducing a raft of unpopular cuts, George Osbourne also named his first child ‘Liberty’ George Osborne has a very difficult job. In conjunction with his party’s...

> The spotlight shines brightly on the world of cricket, with snooker also in the docks Wednesday 22nd September saw England win the 5th one day international against Pakistan at the Rose Bowl to...