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Issue 1488 - Hounds Of Love

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Dogs on the Street
Pets helped many people through lockdowns and for those experiencing homelessness, the relationship was more important than ever. We spent an afternoon with charity Dogs on the Street to discover how rough sleepers with dogs have navigated the pandemic.

45 years on the NHS frontline
Lee Pearson would say he’s an ordinary person, but that’s what makes him extraordinary. He’s spent 45 years working in hospitals and hospices and his story reflects that of thousands of men and women across the country tirelessly keeping the NHS going despite all the challenges it faces.

Frankie Dettori
He may have been saddled with a wild boy reputation, but the champion jockey says he’s always been a nice guy in a Letter To My Younger Self.

Also inside
- The Dispatch rounds up news, views and miscellany, including Gary Neville tackling the Premier League over their snub to a homeless awareness campaign (also look out for the climate heavyweights The Big Issue bumped into at COP26!)
- Patricia Devlin looks at the reality for Northern Ireland in a post-Protocol world
- John Bird draws a line between Cop and a new Constable exhibition
- Our Global Roundup includes cocaine hippos, space chilis and the Balloon World Cup
- Ruth Negga explains why new film Passing is a depressingly prescient story
- And Rodney in Bournemouth tells us how The Big Issue has helped him get his life together
Plus much more!

And don’t forget The Big Issue’s Christmas Kids Cover Competition, in association with WHSmith closes soon so let any and all creative children know about it!

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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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