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  • The headlines
  • Hashtag of the week
  • Arts
  • Sport
  • The IndeXYZ
  • 3 things that got us thinking

 

THE HEADLINES

HASHTAG OF THE WEEK

#traingate

The row over whether or not Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn ignored empty seats to sit on the floor of a Virgin train dominated this week of political silly season. Buzzfeed has a handy guide to the whole farrago, while the BBC helpfully explains when it’s OK to sit in a reserved train seat. Jezza should check it out.

 

ARTS

 

SPORT

 

THE IndeXYZ

Going up

Jennifer Lawrence – for the second year in a row the Hunger Games star was Hollywood’s highest-paid female actor

CakesGreat British Bake Off is back for a seventh series. It airs on Wednesdays at 8pm on BBC One. 

Night tube – Late nights out in London just got whole lot easier

Going down 

iPhone – a glitch in some iPhone models has been discovered. It’s called ‘touch disease’, which doesn’t sound good. 

Danny Dyer – A z-list meltdown at V Festival as the EastEnders tough guy allegedly got beaten up by mates of Towie’s Mark Wright.

Privacy – WhatsApp has changed its privacy policy, and will be sharing users’ information with Facebook and allowing advertisers to contact them.

3 THINGS THAT GOT US THINKING

  1. On Woman’s Hour, Matthew Todd, the editor of Attitude magazine, discusses his new book on the pressures faced by young people who come out as gay or bisexual and advises parents how to be gay-positive around their children. (starting from 33.19)
  2. Amelia Tait on why Pokemon Go lost 12 million users in just a month.
  3. An investigation into 1960s-style poverty in Glasgow, Scotland.

 

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