Maisie Barker sits down with Gayle Lowery-Jones at Hestia to discuss LGBT issues, domestic abuse and UK Says No More.
Hestia’s new domestic violence campaign UK Says No More launched last night, Maisie Barker reports.
The film was mad, dizzying, disgusting and a must-see. And please, for the love of God, release that string quartet cover of ABBA’s SOS. It’s been in my head all day.
Maisie Barker reviews Cocktails in the City with a surprisingly alright head and liver.
Maisie Barker reports from the frontlines of the protests to save the maintenance grant for students.
Maisie Barker wonders why it’s acceptable to use the word ‘gay’ to mean ‘bad’.
Maisie Barker looks at the Conservatives’ approach to poverty and finds it severely lacking.
This week Chester found itself in the middle of a political intrigue so dense and so intellectual that it would have made Spooks look like Only Fools and Horses.
Feminism is, in one possible way, like the Bullingdon Club: you’re not in it just because you say you are.
Maisie Barker looks at the so-called ‘tampon tax’ and wonders if George Osborne has ever said the word ‘tampon’.