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Disciplined exercise can help you conquer your mental health problems

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Disciplined exercise can help you conquer your mental health problems

Tom Ward explains how boxing helped lift him out of depression

Sunday Soapbox: Hey, news! News for you. You’re losing us

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Sunday Soapbox: Hey, news! News for you. You’re losing us

Boring, incomprehensible, just plain irritating – today’s news is a massive turn-off

The secret of my success: Leo Fenwick

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The secret of my success: Leo Fenwick

We sat down with Fenwick’s Head of Menswear to discover what drives him

Are London’s new skyscrapers destroying the capital?

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Are London’s new skyscrapers destroying the capital?

Two experts make their cases for and against the city’s new skyline

The future of technology: The Design Sessions with Oris, part II

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The future of technology: The Design Sessions with Oris, part II

Last night’s reader event looked to the future to discuss what we can expect from design

Could magic mushrooms cure mental health problems?

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Could magic mushrooms cure mental health problems?

Robin Carhart-Harris thinks psychedelic drugs could hold the cure for all manner of mental health problems. If he’s right, it might not be long before you can get magic mushrooms on the NHS

Sunday Soapbox: I missed the part where we asked for everything to get more complicated

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Sunday Soapbox: I missed the part where we asked for everything to get more complicated

This week, our editor-in-chief battles with too much technology, finds an excuse for speeding fines and looks for value in the honours system

The problem with London’s knife crime cuts both ways

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The problem with London’s knife crime cuts both ways

The police needs to step up, argues Edward Davies – but so do families and communities

Bear Grylls: ‘I’m proud of my failures’

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Bear Grylls: ‘I’m proud of my failures’

The star of Running Wild tells The Jackal we should be inviting failure, sticking to our priorities and finding faith in God in the small things

Heroes and Legends: discussing iconic design at The Jackal Design Sessions, with Oris

Partnerships

Heroes and Legends: discussing iconic design at The Jackal Design Sessions, with Oris

Last night’s reader event started a conversation about design icons, form vs function and the creative process of a designer

Conspiracy theories are making the world go round (and flat)

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Conspiracy theories are making the world go round (and flat)

Conspiracy theories are on the rise – and David Baddiel can point to why

Has loyalty made Harry Kane a better footballer?

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Has loyalty made Harry Kane a better footballer?

We sat down with the talismanic striker to find out whether loyalty can make you better at what you do

‘If we haven’t had failures, then we haven’t been brave enough’ – Gareth Southgate

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‘If we haven’t had failures, then we haven’t been brave enough’ – Gareth Southgate

The England manager reflects on his leadership tactics as he takes the team into the World Cup

Whether we like the Deep State or not, it’s got a job to do – upholding democracy

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Whether we like the Deep State or not, it’s got a job to do – upholding democracy

The Deep State is Trump’s public enemy number one. But doesn’t that make it a good thing?

Jonny Bairstow: ‘Every sportsman has to compromise. Even at the top of his game’

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Jonny Bairstow: ‘Every sportsman has to compromise. Even at the top of his game’

Jonny Bairstow was dropped from England’s Test side six times before he became the team’s anchorman. Along the way, a few things have had to give

How to win with Mark Cavendish

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How to win with Mark Cavendish

Climbing to cycling’s peak has made Mark Cavendish vomit (lots), left him bruised and broken (also lots), and still takes him away from his family for 300 days a year. Is that what it takes to get to the top?

Sunday Soapbox: Let’s make a good week for women a good week for us all

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Sunday Soapbox: Let’s make a good week for women a good week for us all

Ireland’s transition into the 21st century will have many benefits. It also creates a moment to acknowledge we’re better working together as men and women

Opt out, Jackal magazine

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Sunday Soapbox: turn on, tune in and opt out

This week, GDPR lands like a big wagging finger in the digital sky. What if opting-out were the start of something much bigger?

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