Category Archives: Media

Moo-moo

On Saturday, along with roughly half a million others, I joined the March for the Alternative. I walked with the women’s bloc for the very simple reason that I believe the proposed cuts disproportionately impact on women, and that the … Continue reading

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If you go into the woods tonight…

The death of Joanna Yeates, the 25 year old architect from Bristol, during the Christmas period was a chilling reminder that violence against women – just like the news cycle – doesn’t stop for the holidays. The media fanfare around … Continue reading

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Celebrity, hardly used, looks new, £50,000 o.n.o…

Here’s the question: How much is too much to pay a celebrity for a day’s work for one of the UK’s oldest charities? There are lots of factors – how A-list are they, what they will need to do, how … Continue reading

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The Trouble With Women…

Despite the fact I work in the media, I’m never entirely sure who reads The Sunday Times Style section. I’m assuming it’s the same people who are defiantly spending their way out of the recession to save the nation from … Continue reading

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