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Sport Thoughts: Manchester City look likely to clinch the quadruple

Football would be nothing without dreams, and that’s what Manchester City have got right now. A dream. 15 games to become legends, to cement...

Sports Thoughts: English Teams in Europe

For the first time since 2008-09, four English teams have reached the quarter-final stage of the Champions League and two English teams have also...

‘The Deniers Are Cowards’: Iby Knill Survived The Holocaust. This Is...

@OliveLineham On Holocaust Memorial Day 2019, it was revealed that five per cent of adults in Britain don't believe the Holocaust took place. A poll found...

Sports Thoughts: The Premier League title race is far from over....

Before the 2018/19 season kicked off, few would have expected the title race to even be a contest worth talking about, let alone there...

Sports Thoughts: Van Gerwen the Greatest Now, But Not the Greatest...

Michael van Gerwen is undoubtedly the greatest darts player on the planet at present, and has been for at least the last five years....

Elderly Drivers: Should Elderly Drivers Put the Brakes On? – a...

The 17th of January saw the 97 year-old Prince Philip crash his Land Rover into a Kia containing three passengers, including a 9 month-old...

Sports Thoughts: Poch key to Tottenham success despite barren run of...

The job that Mauricio Pochettino has carried out at Tottenham Hotspur since being appointed head coach in May 2014 has been nothing short of...

Sports Thoughts: Watford’s FA Cup changes are a testament to Gracia’s...

When Watford travelled to Newcastle United in the FA Cup on Saturday 26 January, they made 11 changes to their starting lineup and were...

Sports Thoughts: Sheffield, the hidden key to British boxing’s recent boom

The death of legendary Irish boxing trainer Brendan Ingle in May this year temporarily brought the spotlight back onto boxing in Sheffield, where Ingle...

The Myers Type Indicator: Just another horoscope, or more accurate than...

We’ve all been down the Buzzfeed rabbit hole, mindlessly scrolling through quiz after quiz to find out what our cheese selection reveals about what...

Is Veganism Harming the Planet?

Veganism is a fast growing trend which has gained a huge following over the last few years, largely thanks to its popularisation through social...

Hamilton’s glory is to the detriment of Formula 1

From humble beginnings to worldwide stardom, Lewis Hamilton’s complete dominance in recent years has been undoubtedly admirable and praiseworthy, but also a little bit...

Newcastle’s long-suffering supporters deserve better

You’ve heard it all before: 52,000 Geordies, starved of success for over half a century now in what is truly a football-bonkers city. Well,...

Darts’ remarkable progress shows no signs of letting up

Historically, darts was seen as a well-known ‘pub game’ that had a strong association with working men’s clubs and grotty boozers, played mainly by...

Detained without cause: The case of Shahidul Alam

Bangladeshi photojournalist Shahidul Alam’s Skype interview with Al Jazeera took just under five minutes on the 5th August. Little did he know that those...

A Tragic Necessity – The Food Bank Dilemma

For many people, the idea of food banks is intrinsically linked with Ken Loach’s 2016 film I, Daniel Blake. For those unfamiliar, in his...

Movember: Is the ‘tache still making cash?

As the month of November approaches we all know the word on everybody’s lips — moustaches. This will be the eleventh year that the...

Sports Thoughts: Inexperienced British Gymnastics squad draw plenty of positives

British Gymnastics just competed in Doha at the World Championships and, albeit with a relatively inexperienced team, managed just one medal, with Max Whitlock...

Sports Thoughts: Football Unites Once More

Three seasons ago they shocked the world of football. Scenes of jubilation echoed across the globe. The impossible was made possible. But two-and-a-half years...

Essays on demand: Why essay mills are on the rise

  We live in a society of instant gratification. From TV shows to taxis, your favourite restaurant food to a new pair of shoes, everything...

Life Swap – Science vs Humanities: Can you handle each other’s...

Freaky Friday - university edition. Could you handle another subject's lectures for the day? Two of our Editors at Forge decided to swap lives...

Big Names, Small Beginnings: Comedy isn’t all about what you see...

Regardless of whether you take a casual interest when your channel-hopping thumb alights on a relevant show, or you consider yourself a connoisseur of...

Halloween’s surprising 2,000 year evolution

It’s Britain 2,000 years ago, the sun is setting and you’ve been working in the fields for weeks now, harvesting crops and storing them...

Catfishing – how do you know who you’re talking to?

This September, Channel 4 launched a new reality show, ‘The Circle’, in which contestants aim to become the most popular player to avoid getting...