"The cuts to legal aid are about everyone. Those most in need of help are those most likely to lose out"
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How the 'House of Mouse' and the box office-busting Frozen put gay rights and feminism back on the agenda
Author Jesmyn Ward on the hope and tragedy that is survival on the Mississippi Gulf Coast
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Veteran film critic Barry Norman, 80, on being a loner, throwing tantrums on set, and coping with bereavement
"Aside from Private Eye, it would seem that humour is on its back, especially humour with purpose"
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