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From recent News and the images of our past, the inevitable cultural changes that may lead to hostility in the future

From its initial conception, the NHS in England has been one of the most contentious public services, from it being a scapegoat for the ‘immigration problem’ in England, to the management of it and financial cuts, and recently the leave campaign’s ‘£350 million pounds a week’ to be paid to the European Union that was a deciding factor for the majorities leave vote, it has consistently represented a divide in British politics.


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E. M. Cioran, the philosopher who captured the deep ironies of living

E.M. Cioran stands as one of the most brilliant, yet criminally unheard of, philosophers of the Parisian scene. Undergoing his self imposed exile from his native Romania to study in Paris where he would remain for the rest of his life, Cioran sat in Cafe’s with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone De Beauvoir, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and the rest of the heavyweights of that time. A quiet man, he was often seen standing to light Beauvoir’s cigarettes any time she took one out. A lifelong sufferer of insomnia, Cioran would take to wandering the Parisian streets late at night, or furiously writing into…

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