Bill Nighy defends his support for the Robin Hood tax - and debunks some of the myths about the acting profession
Vendor wants apology after Edinburgh coffee shop drops ban on him using the toilet
Cambridge vendor Scott McCabe "stunned" by public support via Kickstarter for his mobile postcards stand
Comedian, Scoundrel and prospective MEP Rufus Hound on saving the NHS, dieting and shaving off his moustache
Daniel Radcliffe and other stars at the WhatsOnStage Awards pay tribute to The Big Issue
Daniel Radcliffe and The Book of Mormon win big at WhatsOnStage Awards, held in aid of The Big Issue Foundation...
The comic and budding MEP fires an impassioned warning shot over the Coalition's NHS reforms. Warning: angry swear words feature (lots)
Across the country, TV stars, politicians and business leaders are selling The Big Issue – and attracting some famous customers too...
Falklands survivor Simon Weston, 52, on his "amazing mother", his experiences in Northern Ireland, and finding love
Retailers will listen to consumers, says the Big Issue editor. So get involved...
Market leader Property Week asks shopping centre owners to open their doors to Big Issue vendors
John Bird has been named by David Cameron as one of his heroes - along with Ian Botham, the Iron Lady and Ellie Simmonds
Wire and Scottish poet Liz Lochhead to judge - post-rockers Mogwai to set the winning entry to music
Actor and writer Jon Kristian is trying to bring the Big Issue of homelessness to the theatre
At an INSP event, Alex Salmond discusses independence, "being British", and homelessness in Scotland
Steve Delaney's comic creation Count Arthur Strong drops a Christmas bombshell about Santa
After the exclusive Irvine Welsh story in The Big Issue, vendors offer their own take on Trainspotting’s famous "Choose Life" passage
Iain Glen talks Game of Thrones surprises, his musical passion, and what transformed his view of London
Goldblade are gunning for a festive No 1 with charity re-release of 2008 single as a tribute to the late Poly Styrene
How Glasgow (first) – and then Only Fools and Horses – helped raise awareness of the global icon
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