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Beyond Rock and Roll:

Neil Cooper on the tireless invention of post punk visionary Vic Godard

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A poem by Fiona Ritchie Walker

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The Necessary Lie:

A new short story by Taryn McDonnell

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The follow up to You’ve Been Trumped illuminates the transglobal fight between Big Money and local communities, writes Patrick Small

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See no evil:

Secret rendition flights take terror suspects to be tortured abroad via UK airports. Britain’s crime has been to look the other way, writes Stephen Grey

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A new short story by Heather Pearson

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A season in Hull:

Invention, defiance and solidarity lit up Neu! Reekie!’s Where Are We Now? festival foray to the Hull City of Culture, writes Neil Cooper

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