Now then, now then, Jim'll Fix It for you to be sexually assaulted. For those of you that are unfamiliar with Jimmy Saville, in his life, he could have been one of the most prolific paedophiles to be rampaging across Britain doing charity work so that nobody would mention the fact that he was a blatant paedophile. He also did some DJ stuff and had his own programme where he got kids on his show so that he could fulfil their desires. Or was it his desires that were being fulfilled?

Like it or loathe it, the X Factor bandwagon is in full swing again, entertaining us with the usual combination of the talented, the not so talented and the talentless. You want to laugh at all the no-hopers unaware of how awful they sound. You want to root for the genuine talented and lively characters and follow them on their journey. You want to see the judges arguing with contestants or amongst themselves. And you want to see cheeky contestants giving the judges a taste of their own medicine.

Let’s get down in writing thoughts on the apology, to all those whom he has wronged during the incumbent coalition, issued by Nick Clegg. The apology itself has been a long time coming, albeit perhaps for a little too long for it to even mean anything. The concept of an elected mandate being entirely disregarded once in power has always been rather unthinkable in democratic politics.

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TV opening credits are often under appreciated. They’re either endured or skipped entirely. However, it doesn’t have to be this way. Opening credits are often flashy, emotionally engaging and feature some incredible imagery and music that help set up the show. Sure, there are some that just list the actors, writers and directors on a black backdrop, but they won’t be given the time of day here. Here’s some of the greatest, most iconic and fun opening credit sequences.

As I sit here on a bleak Monday night, we’re mere hours away from a massive change in the World…of Warcraft. Yes, the ultimate target for nerd satire is releasing its 4th expansion ‘Mists of Pandaria’ today (25th September 2012). Despite the game being a global phenomenon, I still have to defend myself whenever people ask why I play it. Well consider this a rallying cry for all you players out there, student and none student alike.

Sexism, particularly surrounding the workplace, “used” to be a massive problem. What we, in our arrogantly modern non-sexist non-racist non-homophobic non-biased-in-general minds, fail to realise is, it actually still is a cause for concern; 85% of women workers in the UK still believe that there is a bias towards men at work. It's just that now it’s yet another one of those issues that’s been sneakily swept under the carpet. But why does it even exist at all?

Once again Twitter is afire with the misplaced wrath of a thousand frustratef feminists. One woman’s call to action has seemingly lit a rage beacon that continues to draw in angry women like moths to a flame. This summer author and actor Luce Anne Holmes decided  to pick up where other female counterparts have left off, calling for a ban on that Oh So British of institutions, the Page 3 girl.

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