Clementine Lawrence explores the ways in which political satire has become a double-edged sword
In this week’s Is it Art?, Chess Bradley examines a house in Pinner with too many sockets
In this ‘Is it Art?’, Chess Bradley considers whether the new MyManchester website can be considered art
Buckle up: the girl you love to hate spills her secrets on how to have it all.
What happened when we logged the play-by-play of America’s most extreme diet
Elliott Mills examines what the questionnaire tells us about university life
Lioui Benhamou attempts to diffuse the controversy surrounding Charlie Hebdo’s latest divisive cartoon
The Historian Magazine will this week be releasing a special issue called ‘Lessons from History: The Delhi Belly Interest Rates of 1858’
Alexia Pieretti reviews The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson at the Lowry
Is Cold War Steve the artist we need in these times of political uncertainty?
Anuli Changa talks to writer and co-director Roman Armstrong about the process of creating The Greatest Tory Ever Told
The four time Academy Award winning satirical classic
This wonder-fat has hit the nation by storm, appearing both in the kitchen and the bathroom cupboards. From fat burning to flavouring, moisturising to cleansing, is there anything this palm extract can’t do?
Food Editor and local vegan Ellie Gibbs whips up this healthy version of a pub food classic