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Issue 1445 - Find Love In Lockdown

Russell T Davies
The man behind Queer As Folk and the rebooted Doctor Who returns with It’s A Sin, a bold and beautiful masterpiece sure to be the next TV obsession, with clear parallels between the Aids crisis in the 1980s and the Covid one today

RORA in 2021
On the cusp of The Big Issue’s 30th birthday, our Ride Out the Recession Alliance is launching the tools needed to lead the battle and help people obtain jobs and training to secure their future

Wikipedia at 20
We speak to the people who oversee the biggest collection of knowledge in history to find out how they try to uphold the truth in the age of fake news and dangerous views

Also inside

- The truth about food parcels – after pictures of pitiful lunches for kids on free school meals went viral, we ask what went wrong
- This week’s Letter To My Younger Self is comedian and actor Andi Osho, who would go back and suggest she tried therapy sooner
- He may be best known for playing the farmer in Babe, but James Cromwell tells us he’s much more of an activist than an actor
- Kenny in Edinburgh extolls the benefit working out has on your mental health
- And we check in with Lee Welham who did a great job speaking about the importance of The Big Issue on Sky News!


Plus, of course, much more!

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