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Treat a friend to Tortoise

Now more than ever, it’s important to stay connected. Make someone’s day and give a membership to a friend.

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Here’s what you get when you join

The slow news feed

Slow journalism by award-winning writers in the Tortoise app to read, listen to and share.

The Sensemaker

Delivered to your inbox once a day. Our editors’ pick of the stories that matter right now, and why, in brief

The Slow Newscast

Our podcast takes news slowly, focusing on the stories that really matter in the UK and around the world.

Daily digital ThinkIns

Free for members and guests, you can join as many as you like. Add your voice and shape the way we report the world.

A taste of what you can expect from our digital ThinkIns

As a member, you can come to as many of these as you like

 

What our members are saying

Tortoise is built for and with our members. We’d love you to be part of it.

“Joining Tortoise is one of the best things I’ve done and has got to be the best concept out there in this disturbing, post-truth world we seem to be living in.”

Hester McCreary
April 2020

“Thank goodness for your daily Sensemaker. I’m not entirely sure where I’d be without it in this period of self-isolation…”

Mitchell Harris
March 2020

“Thank you for the Covid Sensemaking articles. I am getting all my news from Tortoise at the moment, which is helping to keep me sane at this strangest of times!”

Hammad Shaikh
March 2020

“Just wanted to say I really liked the concept of digital Thinkins! I think it’s a great way to connect and encourage each other in these difficult times. I definitely would want more of them!”

Nethal Hashim
March 2020

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