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INSIDE ISSUE 12...
Mel Barfield finds out
How comedians stay resilient in an industry built on taking the piss
Jo Watson solves the freelance pricing problem in
‘We Were All Thinking It’
Abi Sea has all the recommendations for
What to read, learn, listen to and shop for
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