Joshua Hughes, Editor-in-Chief, sat down with Exeter Chiefs and England star, Sam Simmonds. They spoke about facing the All Blacks, the crazy final ten minutes and Simmonds’ overall experience inside the England camp.
In conversation with: Sam Simmonds
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Pollyanna Roberts finds Smile a refreshing and frightening horror thriller
An inquest into the death of Exeter student Harry Armstrong Evans, which concluded on 31 October, condemned the University for failing to respond to his “cry for help,” and for failing in its “safeguarding obligations.”
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Charlie Gershinson investigates the environmental consequences of the rapid rise in disposable vape consumption and how electrical waste should be recycled.
Harry Mcphail takes a look at Liz Truss’ time in office and how the Prime Minister was outlived by a lettuce.
Ewan Edwards briefs readers on what to expect this season and the potential backlash in the wake of HMS Queen Elizabeth’s death