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    It’s the latest trend, it’s all we can talk about, and it’s sparking a lot of memes; it is the Oprah interview. This latest royal ‘scandal’ has saturated our media to the extent where everyone is talking about it and this time it feels like it could be serious.

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    The Meghan and Harry Interview: All We Can Ask is ‘Why’?

    It’s the latest trend, it’s all we can talk about, and it’s sparking a lot of memes; it is the Oprah interview. This latest royal ‘scandal’ has saturated our media to the extent where everyone is talking about it and this time it feels like it could be serious.

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    Another private entry is recovered and perused by the data-haulers. This time it was written by a student in a UK university in early 2019, in an attempt to comprehend the societal changes happening around him.

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