Oxfam Scotland says wealth in the country is far too concentrated - with poverty on the rise
Street Cat Bob is the purrrfect example, but it’s not unusual for pets to change the lives of Big Issue vendors
Joel Hodgson is set to represent Belize as an official ambassador at Glasgow 2014
Under The Skin composer on scoring Scarlett's moves and respecting the polarising film's "acceptance of anarchy"
Mavis Staples, 74, talks presidents, the 'presence' of Martin Luther King - and Bob Dylan's marriage proposal
The Big Issue is calling on you to show your support for Mighty Murray this week with our roaring cover. Andy might even see it...
Mark Cooper, BBC's head of music on TV, on the Beeb's small Glasto army and dates with Dolly Parton and Metallica
Media tycoon Felix Dennis has died after losing a battle with cancer. He spoke to The Big Issue in 2010...
As the fate of Iraq hangs in the balance, former SAS man McNab fears the nation's capital could be overthrown by ISIS extremists
Glasgow indie veterans Camera Obscura come home for their biggest headline date. Andrew Burns is pining for a smile...
Then settle down for the biggest TV sports schedule Britain has ever seen. It could be your last chance...
Robert Webb - the new Bertie Wooster – on Peep Show's final season, Russell Brand, and why he’s not a “miserable bastard”
Future Islands' performance on David Letterman shot them to global fame. Now they're coming to crack the UK...
After the hiccup of 2013, Electric Frog and Pressure bring a taste of Chicago's electronic scene to Glasgow for a stellar Riverside Festival
The UK has more football statues than Spain, Brazil and Holland combined. Andrew Burns kicks around this modern phenomenon
Vote for The Big Issue's vendor-centric Christmas cover, up against some strong contenders in this year's PPA Awards
Cartoonist Gerald Scarfe on his childhood illness, today's breed of 'lifeless' politicians - and developing his 'dark side'
"There's no going through the motions here. This is loud, energetic and unassuming guitar rock from a band yet to release a bad album"
The Liverpool-supporting Big Issue vendor who saved a young girl from drowning on what the club's anthem meant in communist Hungary
Joel Hodgson has been abandoned, homeless, and adopted. Now he’s half a second away from the Commonwealth Games
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