Archive for: April 2015

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Standard Issue has been up and running for a year now, and getting some proper lovely feedback (ta very much). Without you, our readers, we wouldn’t...
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You don’t appreciate your vote ’til it’s gone

Not having a vote in her adopted country – Australia – has reminded Rae Earl of the importance of having your say.
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Listacular: cat luring

Bored on various interminable train journeys, Rose Biggin started making lists, taking their photo and posting them on Twitter. Then people sta...
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Are you Protein World ready?

Juliette Burton signed a petition objecting to London’s much-vandalised adverts Are You Beach Body Ready? And stirred up a hornet’s nest of...
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Freelancing in the dark

Siân Bevan recently went freelance, and it’s been one hell of a learning curve. In order to save you from insanity, biscuit overdose and an ...
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Why I ❤️ stationery

It’s National Stationery Week, which has some writers more excited than others. Here three explain that it’s not just the League of Gentlemen
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One little dot

In her early 40s, Annie Caulfield and her partner travelled to Spain for fertility treatment. Here, the dramatist reflects on the events that e...
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Binging: Black Books

So, you’ve finished The Wire, Breaking Bad and The Killing but you’re still hungry for more boxsets. Fear not, Stan...
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Your friendly guide to a colonoscopy

As we approach the back­-end of Bowel Cancer Awareness month, Alice Sanders pulls the plug on the anxiety-inducing mystery of having a tube sh...
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Styling It Out: sporting chance

The brilliant, if sartorially baffled, Sadie Hasler is still on it in her search for personal style. In fact, she’s diving in feet first.