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Jon Bon Jovi: “It’s not rock and roll to feed homeless people”

Jon Bon Jovi has sold more than 130 million records. He’s also a one-man anti-poverty movement. In this interview with the Big Issue UK, Bon Jovi talks candidly about his music legacy, the shock departure of guitarist Richie Sambora from the band, an...

Interview: has Ken Loach changed the UK Government’s mind with I, Daniel Blake?TBI_I Daniel Blake4

I, Daniel Blake is Ken Loach's most powerful film since Cathy Come Home. And its influence could go far beyond the screen. The Big Issue meets the director and asks whether this movie could really change UK policy around bene...


Elizabeth Warren: Giving Bankers the BusinessSCN_Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has been one of the most prominent critics of Wall Street and big banks since the 2008 recession began. Her tough interrogations of bankers and businessmen in the Senate Banking Committe...


“Justice starts at the street corner where you bought this paper” – Making a Murderer lawyers Dean Strang and Jerry ButingINSP_Making a Murderer 1

This time last year, few people outside of Wisconsin could have told you anything much about Manitowoc County. But on 18 December, Netflix’s true crime series Making a Murderer hit. Suddenly, people all over the world had pas...


Long player: an interview with evergreen singer Petula ClarkBIN_Petula Clark 1

She’s been covered by Frank Sinatra, danced with Fred Astaire and caused unexpected controversy by being the first white women to touch a black man on U.S. television in 1968 – but 84-year-old Petula Clark has no plans to qui...