Paul McNamee the Editor of The Big issue
"Address the issue of numbers, yes - but we need people coming here to do jobs that Britons can’t or won’t"
"Rogeting is understandable because the stakes are so high, but we end up with diminishing returns"
"Over the next few weeks, people will look to tell the ‘real’ story of the Games..."
"It is possible to have an ethical zero-hours contract and for it to be mutually beneficial..."
"Are we allowing ourselves to become just a society of consumers, at the whim of big business?"
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"This is the story of a man aching as the life he loves is slowly shuttered. It’s heartbreaking"
"Should it take Angelina Jolie’s stardust for William Hague to refocus and send military hardware to find those girls?"
"The Referendum is of incredible importance - but we're allowed to loosen up, make a joke or two"
"Cynicism is a necessary tool for modern life - but hope and leaps of faith are just as important"
"A debate on immigration shouldn’t be framed around a vague intent to move out of Europe because somehow that will make things better"
"Isn’t it wise to make plans for an inevitable non-fossil fuel generated future, regardless of when that will actually be?"
"I’d rather welcome an English course with Russell Brand on it, than maintain a reactionary mindset"
"So much of what we see around Britain that feels permanent owes much to many other peoples and ideas"
"He has raised money for a charity that helps kids with cancer be kids. What could POSSIBLY be wrong with that?"
"Sometimes there are no easy answers - but the truth must be sought"
"If politicians really want to serve us, perhaps they should first watch Richard Briers TV shows..."
"There are parts of Britain where The Big Issue doesn’t reach. So we’ve come up with a new subscription service"
"Political chiefs should stop game-playing and working towards the next election, but show ambition and fearlessness"
"Birmingham sank the best part of £200m into a new library. A LIBRARY! For the people"
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