How an email with a secret location led me to the most vibrant feminist meeting of the year.
“Riling up the divisions between groups has a massive effect”: Chiwetel Ejiofor on identity politics in Britain (and Malawi). For the New Statesman.
Why Jeremy Corbyn’s Trump-like media bashing is dangerous for democracy.[Picture: Ralph Steadman for the New Statesman]
Why we should fear populists like Orban who want women to be baby machinesOn nationalism and natalism, for the New Statesman
BBC Radio 4 - Saturday Review: Doctor Faustus, The Image Book, Care, Hazards of Time Travel, Darren Almond
The year women said ‘Me Too”.
She smiled and tried to please, but it felt like Christine Blasey Ford was on trialon the Kavanaugh hearings.
How British politics turned toxic.
Reporting from Nepal on girls who escaped life as kamlari - indentured servants.
“It’s funny, you see, because Farage still gets booked by a publicly funded broadcaster after speaking at a far-right rally in Germany – which, if I remember rightly, was the kind of thing we ostracised people for, back in the good old days of the 1930s. If Oswald Mosley were alive today, he wouldn’t be banned from speaking on the BBC, but instead asked to dress up as St George for an amusing “bit” on a late-night programme, booked on Question Time to “balance” Gina Miller, and offered a show on LBC where he could take phone calls about “rapefugees” and creeping sharia.” - on why we...