Charlie Osborne

ARTICLES BY Charlie Osborne

Opinion | Prejudice wins gold - Hypocrisy at the heart of sport

The 28th Summer Olympics began last week with an understated but charming opening ceremony, fully encompassing a vision of universal equality, compassion and accord. But beyond Japan’s tracks, fields and pools it is hypocrisy and prejudice, not athletes, vying for gold.
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Opinion | Anti-bullying week is more important than we think

The penultimate week of November bore witness to the seventeenth annual anti-bullying week across the United Kingdom. The event, hosted by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, seeks to raise awareness of the devastating impact of bullying throughout the British education system.
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Opinion | If you are going to overstay your welcome as a guest in a shared student house, at least do it properly

It’s fair to say if you’ve lived in a shared house for long enough, you’ll have come to know the pains of living alongside a guest that just won’t leave. Everyone else wants them to - they just don’t seem to know yet.
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