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Issue 1381 - All Rise!

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- We announce the winner of the Big Issue’s Crime Writing Competition. Hundreds of people sent in a chapter and the standard was so high that it was difficult to narrow down the prime suspects who’d make the shortlist. Find out WHODUNNIT!
- One contest finishes and another begins – yes, it’s the most wonderful time of the year when we launch our now traditional Kids Cover Competition! We’re already looking forward to the office getting covered in glitter once again. Spread the word if you know any budding young artists…
- Did the Joker film not dig far enough into Batman’s backstory? Well, the good news is they’ve made a TV show, Pennyworth, about butler Alfred’s younger days. We speak to the star who’s treating the show like an audition for 007. Plus we find out from Shaun the Sheep how he trained for his extra-terrestrial exploits in Farmageddon.
- Plus: Were Britons happiest in the Victorian era?

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