It feels like my hometown is the punchline of a relentless national joke. But I'm a man and I lived there and it's not the shithole it's cracked up to be.
Staff members at Manchester Central Food Bank have noticed a developing trend of students feeding students with food donated by students.
Sacha Baron Cohen's Grimsby is evidence that, in today's culture, working-class toughness is something to be mocked. Why have we turned poor people into punchlines?