In July 2018, I reviewed The Inner Level by Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson for BBC Radio Scotland. The book is the follow-up to The Spirit Level and explores the impact of inequality on mental health and personal wellbeing. You can listen to the review below.
A series of explainers and short analysis pieces I wrote for Red magazine before and immediately after the EU referendum: The EU Referendum: Everything you need to know about Brexit EU Referendum: What it means for you Why you have to vote in the EU Referendum Brexit: What happens now? Brexit loopholes: could the vote [...]
I was born on 1st October 1992 in Glasgow, Scotland. John Major was the Conservative Prime Minister of the UK and the average price of a house was around £60,000. ‘Ebeneezer Goode’ by The Shamen was celebrating its third week as UK number 1. The US presidential election which would be won by Bill Clinton [...]
A selection of comedy reviews I did for The Skinny at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017: Kat Bond - Loo Roll at Pleasance Courtyard (★★★★) Tessa Coates - Primates at Pleasance Courtyard (★★★) Evelyn Mok - Hymen Manoeuvre at Pleasance Courtyard (★★★★) Next Best Thing - How to Be Good at Everything at Pleasance Courtyard (★★★) [...]
(Image credit to Chris Williamson from the Cambridge Union) In celebration of International Women's Day 2017, I was really excited to be invited to take part in Cambridge Union's debate 'This House Believes Feminism Must Be A Rising Tide To Lift All Ships'. I spoke for the opposition, which might at first seem like a [...]