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Good news cycle

FoodCycle nourish communities with food and conversation. Emdad Rahman visited one of its London services to find out more

Surviving Summer - Groundswell Health Update
Hot weather carries risks. Groundswell staff have some tips on beating the heat this summer.


News in Brief 150: June – July 2024
News in Brief by Sophie Dianne


History lesson

A short introduction to a remarkable figure from the past you may not be familiar with. Elizabeth Heyrick’s support for homeless people in the 19th century resonates today. By Jocelyn Robson

PINT talk

An interview with Cee Star, founder of People in Need Today, a charity delivering outreach services to people experiencing homelessness in London. Interview by Sophie Dianne

Reflecting on things

The smallest things can lead us to reflect on our past and remind us of difficult times. It’s important to remember who you are and how far you have come, while also enjoying the little things, writes Greta Gillett

Same old story?

The Scottish National Party’s John Swinney is Scotland’s new First Minister, replacing Humza Yousaf MSP. But his tenure may be more of the same, rather than a breath of fresh air, writes Liv Boyce


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Your voice

Doing time, part I

In his previous misadventure, time-travelling sleuth McHaggis was arrested. Now he finds himself imprisoned with some strange characters, plotting an escape. Screenplay by Chris Sampson

Home is where the hope is

Three poems taking on the themes of home, loneliness and hope. Words by Marsha Glenn, Mohammed Musa and Janet Wilkes

Issue 150: Comics

This issue's comics from our brilliant artists.

Learning from Narcissus

In the age of mindfulness, wellbeing and mental health awareness, the power of reflection and the need for individual reflection needs to be understood and appreciated.
By Leon Eckford