Imogen Front shares with us her formative experience of live theatre at the now closed Nuffield Southampton Theatre.
Mental health issues and financial difficulties can trap us in an endless cycle of anxiety, stress and uncertainty. For example, poor mental health may make it more difficult to regularly earn money, or to manage spending, or ask for help, leading to financial difficulties which in turn cause further stress and anxiety.
Regardless of the election’s outcome a sizeable proportion of the population will be deeply angered by the result and will cite reasons why the vote was illegitimate (both real, like voter suppression, and imagined, like widespread voter fraud). With the population already at a fever pitch after months of civil unrest, it is almost certain that there will be protests and riots featuring violent clashes. Faith in government will undoubtedly suffer. Soon America’s democracy may be added to COVID-19’s ever-growing death toll.
We have compiled a list of our favourite local independent businesses to create a discount scheme, to encourage our readers to shop at these locations, providing them with much-needed revenue.
Iffley Road Sports Centre reopened this morning 197 days after it closed its doors in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reopening comes in time for the start of the University of Oxford’s Michaelmas term on 11 October. In their most recent coronavirus update, Oxford University Sport (OUS) stated: “We appreciate this has been Read More…
Oxford University has announced their decision to prohibit travel to and from Oxford for sporting fixtures during the coronavirus pandemic. In response to their announcement, committee members of various non-contact, outdoor sports clubs sent a letter appealing the ban to the university’s Vice-Chancellor, Louise Richardson, this morning.
Helena Aeberli explores how Coronavirus has done away with the ceremony of politics – and exposed the incompetence of Boris Johnson’s government.
In our first ‘Letters to the Editors’, our readers discuss the right to ignore, rather than listen to, hate; the government’s responses to the pandemic, and reactions to university during Covid-19.
Amy Sankey explains how the UK’s Covid ‘strategy’ differs from those of the countries it claims to emulate.
Keir Maclean questions the government’s recent response to COVID-19.