Big Issue

Big Issue
Big Is|sue, The
a British magazine which is sold on the streets by people who have nowhere to live

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  • Big Issue, The —    Anita Roddick and John Bird founded The Big Issue in 1991 in response to the problems faced by the growing number of homeless people in Britain. In 1998 there were four independent companies. Vendors buy copies of the magazine at a minimal… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

  • Big Issue — a British magazine, started in 1991. It is sold on the street by homeless people, who are allowed to keep most of the money they make from selling it. It consists mainly of news of the music, films, plays, etc. that are on in the area where it is …   Universalium

  • The Big Issue — Infobox Magazine title = The Big Issue image size = image caption = Big Issue, 2005 editor = John Bird editor title = Editor in Chief previous editor = staff writer = frequency = Weekly circulation = 175,000 (as of 2007)cite web… …   Wikipedia

  • The Big Issue — ist eine international bekannte und erfolgreiche britische Straßenzeitung, die von professionellen Journalisten geschrieben und meist von obdachlosen, oder ehemals obdachlosen, Menschen verkauft wird. Gegründet wurde das Projekt von A. John Bird… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • (the) Big Issue — the Big Issue UK US a magazine sold by homeless people (=people who have nowhere to live) , who are allowed to keep part of the money they receive issue the.htm Thesaurus: homeless and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • The Big Issue Foundation — is a registered charity partly funded by sales of The Big Issue magazine .External links* [ bin/foundation/index.html The Big Issue Foundation] *UK charity|1049077 …   Wikipedia

  • made a big issue out of it — made a big fuss over it, made a big deal out of it …   English contemporary dictionary

  • issue — is|sue1 [ ıʃu ] noun *** ▸ 1 subject ▸ 2 magazine ▸ 3 set made available ▸ 4 official giving ▸ 5 children ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count a subject that people discuss or argue about, especially relating to society, politics, etc.: It s a Web site devoted …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • issue */*/*/ — I UK [ˈɪʃuː] / UK [ˈɪsjuː] / US [ˈɪʃu] noun Word forms issue : singular issue plural issues 1) a) [countable] a subject that people discuss or argue about, especially relating to society, politics etc It s a website devoted to environmental… …   English dictionary

  • issue — 01. The decriminalization of marijuana is an important [issue] which is being discussed in political circles these days. 02. Fidelity is an important [issue] in any relationship because it brings stability and security. 03. The government debated …   Grammatical examples in English

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