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Issue 1432 - Don't Fear

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The Boo Issue

This Halloween, it’s not movie monsters that will frighten you but a new batch of horror films hammering home important messages about the big issues of the day. We speak to the director and stars of upcoming Netflix release His House to find out why they are finding their scares in the real world.

Kids cover competition

It’s that most wonderful time of the year again when we launch our traditional kids cover competition. If you know any budding young artists make sure to get them involved!

Also inside…

- Fearne Cotton got to live her dream as a presenter – but found the price of fame was costly. She is also on the cover of the magazine that will be sold in retail outlets this week.
- John Bird writes about why it’s vital that the government props up the UK’s economic recovery
- We speak to a leading games urbanist about how tech is keeping the idea of the heaving metropolis alive in our minds
- Our handsome guest film columnist gives us the lowdown on Street Cat Bob’s new meowvie, which will be a heart-warming early Christmas gift
- This week’s vendor expert is star trekker Richard Cotterill while Adam in Edinburgh shares the importance of the community around him in My Pitch

Plus much more!

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The Big Issue’s own-brand products support the creation of a range of work-based opportunities for disadvantaged people.
The Big Issue has spent over 27 years at the helm of self-help revolution. It all began with the launch of The Big Issue magazine in 1991, which was created to offer homeless and disadvantaged people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income by selling a magazine on the streets. Since then over 200 million copies magazine have been sold by over 100,000 people. Vendors buy the magazine upfront for £1.50 and sell it on to the public for £3.00, and in doing so each runs their own micro-enterprise. In 2005 Big Issue Invest was launched, with the aim of extending The Big Issue’s mission by financing the growth of social enterprises and charities across the UK. To date the organisation has directly invested in over 350 such organisations, and manages or advises on more than £170 million of social funds.
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