Festivals, Jonathan Pie and free money!


Back with a headbang: The future of festivals

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Download and beyond

Large-scale events are being tested for a post-Covid world. We sent intrepid metalhead Liam Geraghty to Download Festival to report on what it was like to mosh maskless in a muddy field after over a year of lockdown and social isolation. It was a glimpse into the future…


Silver Pride

LGBTQ people are more likely to be lonely in old age but there's a community reaching out to ease the pain


Citizens' rights

With the deadline for EU settled status looming, we find out if it's right to be concerned about a Windrush-type scandal


Also inside

  • Black Widow gets her shot at a solo movie, and it's the fact she's a superhero without a superpower that makes her special, says the film's director Cate Shortland
  • He may be a real gone kid, but Deacon Blue's frontman Ricky Ross says it's because he's managed to avoid real work for 40 years, in a Letter To My Younger Self
  • Fact/Fiction – MPs say the term 'white privilege' is harmful to non-minority pupils. We ask to see their working
  • The remarkable story of the almost forgotten woman, Etta Lemon, who founded the conservation movement as we know it today
  • And our vendor Oprea Raducan shares his tips on how to build a successful business

Plus much more!

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Inside Download Festival: The biggest multiday maskless event in the UK since Covid-19

Big Issue reporter Liam Geraghty breaks down what it was like to cast the mask aside and head for the moshpit at an event that is make-or-break for British festivals

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EU citizens risk losing jobs and homes as deadline looms

Hundreds of thousands of EU citizens risk losing their jobs and homes if they do not apply for status by 30th June, experts warn.

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'I think Jonathan Pie would have joined GB News'

Jonathan Pie's political rants have become a social media phenomenon. Creator Tom Walker sits down with The Big Issue to tackle free speech, the state of the media and why writing about homelessness is easy

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Right to Food Day: Campaigners' push for National Food Strategy inclusion

Food poverty campaigners declare national Right to Food Day and make nationwide plea to back human rights in the National Food Strategy

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You could be entitled to free money - here's how

You could be due Universal Credit, council tax support and free money towards household bills. Don't miss out 

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Climate Change Committee warns of 'gulf' between promises and action

The UK government has made big promises on climate change, but the reality is a pattern of inaction

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Big Issue founder's Future Generations Bill returns to the House of Lords

Peers got the chance to debate the Lord John Bird's Future Generations Bill for the first time at Friday's second reading

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