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How comedy is speaking up about abortion

It remains a contentious and emotive issue - but, despite opposition, comedians are determined to break taboos and speak their minds, writes Alice Jones.

Alice Jones, BBC, 22nd August 2019

Fringe: 25 of the all-time funniest jokes

These are some of the best jokes and one-liners we've heard at the Edinburgh Fringe over the past few years.

Sarah Wilson, The Scotsman, 9th July 2019

Michelle Wolf interview

'My new period joke is for men - and they love it'.

Alexis Soloski, The Guardian, 11th June 2019

Katherine Ryan to headline Latitude Festival

Katherine Ryan has been named as one of the headline comedy acts at this year's Latitude Festival. The stand-up superstar will appear at the festival on Saturday. Major comedy names already announced include Michelle Wolf, Frank Skinner and Jason Manford.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 16th May 2019

Is stand-up comedy doomed?

Whether it's censorship, problematic tweets or #MeToo, comics are being scrutinised like never before. Is there a 'new sense of panic' in the industry?

Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian, 19th January 2019

The 30 best living comedians

In the run-up to the Edinburgh Festival our comedy critic Dominic Maxwell ranks the funniest comics working now.

Dominic Maxwell, The Times, 21st July 2018

The reasoning behind this female-only special seems spurious, but there's no denying the talent. Sara Pascoe and Roisin Conaty feature, but perhaps most exciting is US comedian Michelle Wolf, fresh from her Trump-baiting triumph at the White House correspondents' dinner.

Ellen E. Jones, The Guardian, 2nd June 2018

Michelle Wolf, comedy review

Deceptively smart observations on gender and politics.

Bruce Dessau, Evening Standard, 21st December 2016