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'Men explain things to me, and other women, whether or not they know what they’re talking about. Some men.'
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Comment: Is it OK to never drive?

Most people think of driving a car as part of everyday life. But what happens when one of life's essentials proves impossible to crack?
Who would have thought? It turns out opposition is one thing, governing is another.
Wearable technology is constantly being heralded as the next big thing. But what does the future hold?
There has been no global hashtag campaign or march for the victims of these most recent Boko Haram massacres.
One trip around the Sun, and all is forgiven? Think again.
Telling people ‘not to breed’ is not good enough.
There is increasing evidence that the UK cultural industries are becoming more exclusive. This is not just in terms of class, but also gender and ethnicity.
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Australian of the Year Awards 2015

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The Uber Economy

Is the company destroying full-time work, entrenching us in part-time purgatory, or empowering America's most independent workers?
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