Ashley Walters has said the focus on Brexit has prevented discussions about other important political issues.
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A “bold and uncompromising” portrait of Prime Minister Boris Johnson, created by a renowned illustrator, adorns the front cover of the latest edition of The Big Issue magazine.
The Big Issue has launched an investigation after fake vendors were spotted in Dundee.
Dame Vivienne Westwood would welcome Greta Thunberg as leader of the world.
Dame Vera Lynn said “I don’t have any regrets” as she reflected on her life and career.
Celebrity architect George Clarke has claimed the Government does not care about the UK’s housing crisis.
Rose McGowan has said Hollywood was a “toxic system that needed to be blown apart”.
Fleabag star Andrew Scott says he would have felt cowed by his character if his official title was “hot priest”.
Patricia Arquette has called for a renewed fight for women’s rights in the face of pay inequality and abortion laws.
Screenwriter Russell T Davies wishes his late mother could have seen his success with Doctor Who.
KD Lang has said coming out to her Christian mother in a small town was “a big deal”.
Emma Bunton is the latest celebrity to support Pay It Forward, a new scheme which turns The Big Issue into what is believed to be the world’s first resellable magazine.
Singer Bryan Adams is releasing a book of his own photography showing candid portraits of Big Issue vendors in London.
Michael Ball has told how he grappled with nerves and panic attacks early in his career.
Richard E Grant has revealed every acting job he secured in his career was the “direct result” of starring in cult classic Withnail And I.
Killing Eve star Jodie Comer has said she doubted whether the show would be successful in the UK.
Danny Dyer has attacked Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage in an expletive-ridden rant.
BBC presenter Mishal Husain says she never got to thank her late father for starting her on the path to journalism.
Singer and actor Josh Groban has said if he could return to his teenage years, he would warn people about the prospect of Donald Trump becoming US president.
Actor Eddie Redmayne says he hopes there’s a “sea of change” in his industry as a result of the backlash against Harvey Weinstein.