Every year, without fail, one new years resolution I always commit to is to read my height in books. This Continue reading
A Manhattan court typist’s antics may have jeopardised many criminal convictions, but I can’t help feeling a pang of joy
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the miners’ strike, I wrote about the contribution of women against pit closures, who’re Continue reading
Wrote for Comment is free on the fact that Nick Clegg’s pet education projects – free school meals and the Continue reading
For Society Guardian: the inevitable impact of removing council tax benefit for society’s poorest – thousands in court for Continue reading
Not known for its subtlety, Tatler has published a guide to the best state schools in Britain. As you might expect, the Continue reading
A quick blog post on what the Kindle’s ‘highlights’ feature reveals about how (and why) we read.
This week, if you live in London and cycled to work, you might have noticed the sudden increase in hi-viz around Continue reading