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<p>Daisy Jones is a writer and editor with a particular focus on LGBTQ culture, music, the internet and relationships. </p>
From "surf science" to the study of clocks, here are all the most pointless degrees you can get across the UK.
It wasn't for me.
In an extract from their book "Life As a Unicorn", queer non-binary Iraqi-British drag queen Amrou Al-Kadhi describes how disorientating it can feel when two worlds collide.
Rising temperatures mean our summers are starting to resemble that of Mediterranean countries. So shouldn’t we be having afternoon naps too?
'Selling Sunset', 'The Real Housewives', 'The Hills' – our fascination with the wealthy stretches back decades.
How can we look to the stars and planets when the world is this monumentally screwed right now?
For some, the possibility of another cold, sexless four months is just too much to bear.
"Lockdown was basically a slow process of us realising we were incompatible in ways that hadn't been clear beforehand."