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Issue 1486 - Paul Logan

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Welcome to a brand new Big Issue! Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the magazine is the perfect time to redesign it to reflect the changing situation of the country. The new-look is impactful, easy to read, more active and campaigning. We will be a place to agitate for those at risk – calling on governments to act, and third sectors to unify and mobilise. And we want to galvanise readers to become change-makers.

Inside every week we have The Dispatch, a concise summation of the news you need to know about. Opinions on the week’s big issues. And all the important cultural coverage you’ve come to love and expect.

Also this week:

- Brian Cox speaks about the success of Succession
- We take to the Thames to find out if freeports will solve the supply chain crisis and save Christmas
- Alan Cumming delivers a Letter To My Younger Self.
-On the cover, and also interviewed in the magazine, is one of our vendors, Paul Logan, because everything we do starts and ends with the people we exist to serve – men and women across the country working their way out of poverty.

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