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Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Instagram have changed the way we live our lives, we can be reached at any time, wherever we are. Is this a good thing though and have we become addicted to social media?

Other than a man ‘larger than life’ and ‘fresh from the fight’ we decided to get truthful about who our heroes are:

“I would say my auntie; she’s inspired me to be a better person.”

Telling your friends and family that you’re gay is always going to be a big deal. Sam and James tell their stories of coming out, what reactions they had and what advice they would give.

“I used to try and convince myself that I liked girls.”

One week on from finding out that Britain would be governed by the Conservatives for the next 5 years, we spoke up and said what we think.

Education secretary Nicky Morgan thinks that teaching children about rape in school will lower the number of reported rapes per year. We discuss the reality of rape and sex in the UK today:

“I don’t know if you can stop rape if I’m being honest with you, because it’s a natural human urge to have sex”

Is being popular important? We had our say.

“Not at all and I couldn’t care less.”

This week we brought you:

1) Election special: Ignore the young voters? I wouldn’t…

2) Young and living on the streets

Following my internship with Podium.me last year, I landed my dream job in radio. The only downside of the dream job is that it’s located in a small semi-underground, cave-like studio with no windows. So, when I got the opportunity to get out for the day, all the way up to Manchester for Podium.me’s furthest-ever-from-home […]

Young people talk about what life is like on the streets and why people judge them.

“There are a lot of people that look at you like you’re scum.”

How engaged are young people in politics? Our journalists found out the reality…

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