Portfolio

A few samples of my work appear here on my pressfolio page: http://natashaclark.pressfolios.com/

My work has been published in:

    • The Times (My Red Box user area is here)
    • The Sun
    • CityAM
    • The Daily Telegraph
    • The Independent, The i and the Independent on Sunday
    • The Guardian
    • The Evening Standard
    • Total Politics
    • PoliticsHome
    • Civil Service World
    • The Coventry Telegraph (Note – they have had a website redesign, links may be broken or not show my byline.)
    • The Huffington Post UK
    • Press Gazette
    • The Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser
    • Camden New Journal
    • Islington Tribune
    • Wannabe Hacks
    • Business Reporter and Business Technology
    • What’s New In Publishing
    • The Student Journals
    • The Boar – The University of Warwick’s students’ newspaper (my user area)
    • The National Student
    • Real Business
    • The Daily Touch

The Sun – UNDER PRESSURE Jeremy Corbyn insists he HASN’T lost control of Labour and he doesn’t expect more MPs to resign after Tristram Hunt walks out to be Director of the V&A – Friday 13 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – NO THANKS Sadiq Khan rejects Chris Grayling’s ‘failed’ approach to running suburban rail services and walks away from Government’s ‘flawed plans’ – Friday 13 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – FRESH LEGAL CHALLENGE Two more Brexit course cases aimed at watering down or blocking our EU exit to be launched in Dublin and London – Friday 13 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – EU’RE A TROUBLE-MAKER Brexit-wrecker Gina Miller lays into Theresa May, claiming PM is ‘determined to take away rights from British citizens’ – Friday 13 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – BRITAIN’S BOOMING! Ikip’s Paul Nuttall says it’s great to see Mark Carney and the Brexit doom-mongers ‘eating their words’ as our economy continues to thrive – Thursday 12 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – CORBYN COLLABORATOR Defence minister savages Jeremy Corbyn after his comments on Nato, saying he preferred to ‘collaborate with Russia’ than back UK troops – Thursday 12 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – THREAT TO PRESS FREEDOM Nicola Sturgeon slams proposals for dangerous press gagging laws as Scottish Government confirms it won’t implement them – Thursday 12 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – Jeremy Hunt rows back on hints to ditch four-hour A&E target but says it should not be ‘followed slavishly’ – Wednesday 11 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May will be forced to give MPs a vote BEFORE triggering Article 50 as ministers believe the Government will lose the Supreme Court case – Wednesday 11 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – YOU’RE IN DENIAL! Jeremy Corbyn accuses Theresa May of ‘fiddling the figures’ over NHS waiting times and being ‘in denial’ about the crisis in PMQs clash – Wednesday 11 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – SOMETHING FISHY Alex Salmond’s plans for an independent Scotland blasted by ITV presenter Susanna Reid – Wednesday 11 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – NHS CRISIS A quarter of patients waited more than four hours at A&E last week and 500 had a 12 hour ‘trolley wait’ before getting a bed, new leaked figures show – Tuesday 10 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – STUCK IN A RUDD Amber Rudd gets her heel stuck between paving slabs on Downing Street on the way to a meeting – Tuesday 10 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – ‘TOO PERSONAL’ Nicky Morgan admits her comments about Theresa May’s leather trousers caused ‘feelings to run high’ and sparked a spat within the party – Tuesday 10 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – CORBYN HOOD Jeremy Corbyn promises to rob from the rich as he calls for a maximum wage cap – Tuesday 10 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – PROJECT FEAR RETURNS Countryfile viewers slam ‘biased’ BBC for airing New Zealand Brexit scare story over concerns for farmers subsidies – Monday 9 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – ‘HIDDEN INJUSTICES’ Theresa May launches ‘shared society’ vision as she vows to improve support for teachers to spot mental heath problems in kids early – Monday 9 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – SIR NIGEL? Ukip writes letter begging for Nigel Farage to get a knighthood for Brexit as he plans to host lavish party for Donald Trump at $500-a-night Washington hotel – Friday 6 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – Nicola Sturgeon backs away from threat of a second Scottish independence referendum – but ONLY if Theresa May agrees to a ‘soft Brexit’ – Friday 6 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – Two patients die at the same A&E in ONE week as patient number hike causes a third of English hospital trusts to issue urgent warnings last month – Friday 6 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – Tony Blair reveals his £10m war chest to block Brexit and fight against Donald Trump and ‘populism’ after winding up his lucrative companies – Thursday 5 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – BRITAIN BOOMING Britain’s services sector records its best performance in 17 months in December, despite concerns over the economic impact of Brexit – Thursday 5 January 2017 (online)

The Sun- Former Cabinet minister launches stinging attack on Sir Ivan Rogers, accusing outgoing EU ambassador of being ’emotionally needy’ – Thursday 5 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – CONTINUE THE CLEAROUT Nigel Farage says Britain’s political revolution is ‘incomplete’ and calls for radical overhaul of the gloomy Foreign Office – Wednesday 4 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – AWKWARD! Embarrassing moment the Environment Secretary is left red-faced when farmers refuse to show confidence in her department – Wednesday 4 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – ‘ROBBED OF HER DIGNITY’ Tory MP blasts ‘idiotic’ CrossCountry train service for forcing a Paralympic athlete to wet herself due to a lack of toilet facilities – Wednesday 4 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – MR GLOOMY’S GONE UK’s Remain-backing ambassador to the EU quits after rowing with No10 – just weeks before Brexit negotiations begin – Tuesday 3 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – WE’LL GO IT ALONE Labour will not make a pact with other parties says shadow minister – but he admits polls are ‘awful’ for the party – Tuesday 3 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – NOT FARE Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn and Emily Thornberry hit train stations to protest against ‘staggering’ fare hikes crippling commuters – Tuesday 3 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – DON’T DELAY BREXIT – Cabinet minister pressure Theresa May to ABOLISH the Lords if the Upper Chamber tries to block Brexit – Monday 2 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – ‘I DON’T WANT TO DIE’ Aberdeen medical student sleeping tough for a MONTH this Christmas and New Year to raise £25,000 for Crisis – Monday 2 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – BACK ON THE TABLE Theresa May to revive David Cameron’s ditched plans to cut benefits for new EU migrants – Monday 2 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – DON’T LOOK AT ME! Theresa May blames David Cameron for the controversial New Year Honours list – even though she’s been PM since July – Monday 2 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – DOCTOR CRISIS Seven-day NHS is ‘unrealistic’ and professionals are already working at their limits, says top doctor – Monday 2 January 2017 (online)

The Sun – BREXIT BONANZA – FTSE 100 index records a new all-time closing high… 24 hours after the last record was set – Thursday 29 December 2016 (0nline)

The Sun – CAMERON COMEBACK? David Cameron in line to be UK’s candidate for head of Nato after Britain leaves the EU – Thursday 29 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – ‘YOU’RE NO HENRY VIII! Jeremy Corbyn attacks Theresa May for refusing to promise Parliament a vote on the final Brexit deal – Thursday 29 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Jeremy Corbyn critic Jamie Reed QUITS as an MP as he thinks he can make more impact with job in the nuclear industry – Wednesday 21 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – UNCERTAIN TIMES After tumultuous year Britain is split over whether 2017 will turn out to be good or bad with Brexit and President Trump on the horizon – Wednesday 21 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – LABOUR DIVIDED Jeremy Corbyn ‘isn’t bothered about winning elections’ and is out of touch with reality on immigration, warns Labour donor – Tuesday 20 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – SCOTS SLAPDOWN Nicola Sturgeon’s plans for Britain to remain in the Single Market after Brexit rebuked by Theresa May – Tuesday 20 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – STRIKE SHUTDOWN No 10 blasts unions for sharing ‘contempt’ for public and causing ‘untold misery’ as thousands strike – Monday 19 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – PRISONS CRISIS Liz Truss urged to get a grip on Britain’s prisons after riots which put public at risk – and warnings of more to come – Monday 19 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – ‘I’M STAYING!’ Northern Ireland politicians WALK OUT on First Minister Arlene Foster but no confidence vote over role in botched heating scheme fails – Monday 19 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – ‘TOXIC TORY’ Outrage after ‘anti-feminist’ MP Philip Davies tries to block bill on female domestic violence – Friday 16 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – POINTLESS Iain Duncan Smith blasts the UK’s ambassador to the EU over claims Brexit could take a DECADE – Thursday 15 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – ALL ON TRACK Brits happy with Theresa May’s handling of Brexit – but they’re not keen on Boris Johnson – Thursday 15 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – TAX HIKE Sajid Javid announces council tax rises of £90 per family to help pay for more social care – Thursday 15 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – David Davis reveals that there will be NO Brexit plan until February at the earliest, leaving MPs little time to scrutinise it – Wednesday 14 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – FFS BORIS! Theresa May makes rude joke as she praises ‘excellent’ Boris Johnson at PMQs as an FFS – Fine Foreign Secretary – Wednesday 14 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – BETWEEN A ROCK AND THE HARD LEFT Jeremy Corbyn in fresh row over hiring Sinn Fein staffer to work in his leader’s office – Wednesday 14 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May tells Jeremy Corbyn to ‘get on the phone’ to the Labour-funding union leaders to sort out the strikes chaos – Wednesday 14 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May’s desire for secretary around her Brexit plan is hindering the Government’s ability to prepare for leaving the EU, think-tank warns – Wednesday 14 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Mayor of London hits out at Government for ‘abandoning’ Southern Rail commuters and begs for control of train lines – Tuesday 13 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May slams Labour for fostering anti-Semitic views and for turning a bling eye to problems – Monday 12 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – David Davis says he would be ‘kind’ to the EU if they wanted a transitional Brexit deal – Friday 9 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Former Labour leader Ed Miliband urges his party to get on board with Brexit and look for common ground between Leave and Remain – Friday 9 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Tory grandee says the ‘jury’s out’ on Boris Johnson’s future as Foreign Secretary after slap down by Theresa May for Saudi comments – Friday 9 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Brave MP Michelle Thomson reduces MPs to tears as she recounts how she was raped as a 14-year old girl – Thursday 8 December (online)

The Sun – Top lawyers slam the Government for saying it could trigger Brexit alone and say the case is so simple, kids can get it – Thursday 8 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – MPs who vote against tonight’s Article 50 motion are seeking to thwart the outcome of the referendum, says Commons Leader – Wednesday 7 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Ministers could have to put through a full act of Parliament before starting Brexit talks, Supreme Court told – Wednesday 7 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Man arrested on suspicion of racially abusing Gina Miller, the women behind the Article 50 legal challenge – Wednesday 7 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Liberal Democrats fined £20,000 for failing to declare £184,000 of 2015 spending – Wednesday 7 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May warns rebels not to delay Brexit as it would make people ‘lose faith’ in politics after 89 MPs rejected Government plans – Wednesday 7 December (online)

The Sun – Anti-Brexit lawyer argues that the referendum vote was not enough to trigger Article 50, and only a Parliament vote can start talks – Tuesday 6 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Economy set to be the fastest growing in the G7 this year as service sector booms to defy Brexit slump fears – Tuesday 6 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May reveals she can’t wait to curl up in front of the TV to watch Doctor Who this Christmas – Monday 5 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Nick Clegg gets ripped to shreds by Andrew Neil on the Liberal Democrats’ hypocritical position on Brexit – Sunday 4 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Paul Nuttall vows that Ukip will not campaign to privatise the NHS under his leadership but the issue should be ‘up for discussion’ – Sunday 4 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Boris Johnson sparks row with Downing Street by saying foreign students should be exempt from migration targets – Sunday 4 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Baroness Scotland’s Commonwealth agency put into special measures as it continues to under perform – Thursday 1 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Welfare minister Lord Freud to resign from Department for Work and Pensions – Thursday 1 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Tony Blair created body to tackle Brexit… and names it after himself – Thursday 1 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Supermarket bosses and farmers unions warn Government a ‘hard Brexit’ would put UK food supplies at risk – Thursday 1 December 2016 (online)

The Sun – Bob Geldof attacks his old friend Zac Goldsmith as he backs Lib Dem rival in Richmond claiming by-election is start of fightback against ‘catastrophic Brexit’ –  Wednesday 30 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Plot to re-investigate Tony Blair over claims he misled Commons over Iraq scuppered as Labour MPs leap to his defence – Wednesday 30 November (online)

The Sun – Croaky Theresa May slaps down Jeremy Corbyn for mixing up the IFS and the IMF in PMQs – Wednesday 30 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Cars could cost British drivers an extra £1500 if we leave the EU single market, warns motoring industry – Wednesday 30 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Ukip rejects plan to invoke Article 50 saying it would ‘fudge’ Brexit – Tuesday 29 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Hit to UK economy from Brexit unlikely to be ‘anywhere close’ to 2008 crash, head of leading economic think-tank says – Tuesday 29 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – State pension to rise by 2.5% in April 2017 but report shows the triple lock promise could push up the cost by a third – Tuesday 29 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Comedian Eddie Izzard spent £36,000 of his OWN cash on the failed EU Remain campaign – including £250 on drinks at Leave-backed Wetherspoons – Tuesday 29 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May says Britain must ‘reconsider’ its role in organisations such as Europol after Brexit takes place – Monday 28 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May is facing ANOTHER legal battle over Brexit – this time over whether the UK stays in the single market – Monday 28 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Corbynistas under pressure as Corbyn the Musical group releases rival song about the Labour leader for Christmas No 1 – Monday 28 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn will NOT attend Fidel Castro’s funeral but will send representatives instead – Monday 28 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Paul Nuttall says he wants Ukip to ‘replace Labour’ as the party of the working people as the MEP takes over as the new leader – Monday 28 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – BNP got more donations than Ukip, SNP and Greens put together thanks to money left in a will – Thursday 24 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Politicians from both sides call for unity and civilise in the wake of Jo Cox’s tragic murder – Thursday 24 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – British workers face years without any growth in their earnings, respects economic think-tanks warns – Thursday 24 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Tony Blair says he CAN’T return to front-line politics after finally admitting there’s ‘too much hostility’ towards him – Thursday 24 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Everything you need to know about Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement – Wednesday 23 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – National debt to rise to £220bn by the end of the Parliament due to Brexit, Autumn Statement forecast shows – Wednesday 23 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Brexit supporters stage protest outside Parliament, calling for Theresa May to trigger Article 50 now – Wednesday 23 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – EU’s top court could interfere over the content of any Brexit deal, Europe’s most senior judge has warned – Tuesday 22 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – David Davis travels to Brussels to meet EU’s chief Brexit negotiators to prepare for an ‘orderly’ EU exit – Monday 21 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – No 10 confirm Donald Trump making a state visit to the UK as early as 2017 is ‘under consideration’ – Monday 21 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Tories open up HUGE lead over Labour on economic competence ahead of Autumn Statement – Monday 21 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Shadow Chancellor refuses to support former Shadow Foreign Secretary Hilary Benn in selection battle – Sunday 20 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Philip Hammond says ‘let’s get match-fit’ for the opportunities Brexit will bring – Sunday 20 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – John McDonnell says the Queen should consider chipping in to fund Buckingham Palace repairs – Sunday 20 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May insists the UK is ready to trigger Article 50 and the process will be ‘smooth and orderly’ – Friday 18 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May puts on the charm with Angela Merkel ahead of one-on-one meeting with the Chancellor in Berlin – Friday 18 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Buckingham Palace to receive £369m for urgent repairs but the Queen won’t move out – Friday 18 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – MPs’ spending on security assistance QUADRUPLES after Jo Cox’s tragic killing in June – Thursday 17 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Proof nobody knows their MEP after made-up name comes second in poll – Thursday 17 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Ed Balls is worried Donald Trump might become a ‘reality TV president’ and risk-taking will be his default position – Thursday 17 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Could lack of wind have caused Brexit? New study shows blustery weather encourages the status quo – Thursday 17 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May leaves Portugal’s President waiting in his car as he arrives too early for talks in Downing Street – Wednesday 16 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Tory MP asks Theresa May what she’s doing to reassure a very particular minority feeling left behind after Donald Trump’s election – Wednesday 16 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Theresa May slaps down Jeremy Corbyn on leaked Brexit memo telling PMQs the government is united in getting the best possible post-EU deal – Wednesday 16 November 2016

The Sun – Supreme Court Judge suggests Theresa May could have to replace reams of EU legislation before triggering Article 50 – Tuesday 15 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – John McDonnell calls on Labour and Britain to be more positive about Brexit as he admits sharing Donald Trump’s concerns about globalisation – Tuesday 15 November 2017 (online)

The Sun – Justice secretary Liz Truss slams prison officers for strike action that halted Jo Cox murder trial saying it will only make jails more dangerous – Tuesday 15 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – Barack Obama’s final snub to Britain by describing Angela Merkel as his closest political friend on farewell tour of Europe – Tuesday 15 November 2016 (online)

The Sun – PM May tells Nigel Farage to butt out of her relationship with US President-elect Donald Trump – November 14 2016 (online)

The Sun – Boris Johnson sparks outrage after saying EU should hold fire before judging Donald Trump – November 14 2016 (online)

CityAM – No 10 says Farage is an irrelevance’ amid his suggestion he’ll work with Trump – Friday 11 November (online)

CityAM – Greg Clark warns rip-off energy companies to treat their customers fairly or they could face further action – Thursday 10 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Hammond vows ‘constructive’ relationship with Trump but falls short of supporting his policies – Thursday 10 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – May begins era of “golden relations” with China as she woos vice-premier in London – Thursday 10 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – AstraZeneca profits slide after increased competition, but warns on Trump victory – Thursday 10 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – What does Trump’s win mean for Brexit? MPs are concerned but determined to press on with business – Wednesday 9 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Is this the official death of political polling? – Wednesday 9 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – PaddyPower admits it got it REALLY wrong in the US election – Wednesday 9 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – London is the money-laundering centre of the world, says US businessman Bill Browder – Tuesday 8 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – M&S boss Steve Rowe refused to rule out price rises due to drop in pound as 2,100 jobs could go after store closures – Tuesday 8 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Retail sales up in best month since January – Tuesday 8 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Black Friday could end up being a flop-day this year – Tuesday 8 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Europe’s tallest residential towerblock is coming to Wandsworth – Tuesday 8 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Supply chain risk up due to post-Brexit uncertainty – Monday 7 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – New artwork in Piccadilly station to honour former Underground boss Frank Pick – Monday 7 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – Wells Fargo sets aside even more to deal with the fallout from its accounts scandal – Thursday 3 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Hyatt Hotels welcomes surprise profit increase in third quarter results – Thursday 3 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Sweet results for Tate & Lyle as it raises profit forecasts after boost from dollar – Thursday 3 November (online and print)

CityAM – Losing access to the single market and passporting would be calamitous for the City, say MPs – Thursday 3 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – The odds of a second EU referendum have halved after the Article 50 ruling on Brexit – Thursday 3 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – Time Warner posts strong results in the wake of AT&T deal – Wednesday 2 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – Sirius Minerals shares tank as it reveals plans for new mine in Yorkshire – Wednesday 2 November (online and print)

CityAM – Brexit will test the UK’s constitutional framework to the limits, a new think tank report says – Wednesday 2 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – Sterling hits two-week high against the dollar as fears over Trump presidency take their toll – Wednesday 2 November 2016 (online)

CityAM – UK at risk of downgrade from Moody’s if it loses Single Market access after Brexit – November 2 2016 (online)

CityAM – Three in four bankers think London will remain the financial capital of Europe – November 2 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – CBI seeks R&D investment boost in Autumn Statement to offset weaker GDP growth forecast – November 2 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – RMT rally outside parliament against guard-less trains on Southern services – Tuesday 1 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Reuters to cut 2,000 jobs, but none from the newsroom – Tuesday 1 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Jobseekers enjoy lower competition for jobs as vacancies creep up – Tuesday 1 November 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Mark Carney to step down as governor of the Bank of England in 2019 – Monday 31 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Tesco faces £100m damages claim from investors over the overstating of its profits – Monday 31 October (online and print)

CityAM – CenturyLink to buy Level 3 Communications for $19bn cash and stock deal – Monday 31 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Mark Carney “absolutely” the best man for the job – Downing Street says – Monday 31 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – General Electric to combine oil and gas operations with Baker Hughes – Monday 31 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Post Office strike: 3600 walk out today as further action could cause Christmas post chaos – Monday 31 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Ford net income plunges 50 per cent after product recall and Brexit ripples hit results – Thursday 27 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Blackstone Group tops third quarter results – Thursday 27 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Could Star Wars have saved us from a post-Brexit slump? – Thursday 27 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Brexit hits trading as C&C revenue falls 8 per cent but cider sales are up – Thursday 27 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Brexit? What Brexit? UK economy grows by 0.5 per cent – slower than the previous quarter but better than economists predicted – Thursday 27 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – IMF chief Christine Lagarde warns that Brexit uncertainty is bad for the economy – Thursday 27 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Southwest shares plummet after tech issues force profits down by a third – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Mike Hookem formally reprimanded after Stephen Woolfe altercation – Wednesday 26 October (online)

CityAM – Comcast reports boost in earnings after Rio Olympics – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Hilton stocks slide after it cuts its forecast but says spin-offs on track – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Brexit will be fast and smooth says WTO boss Roberto Azevedo – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Stocks are fizzing in Coca Cola after better than expected results – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Sterling could fall further if hard Brexit continues – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Sturgeon calls for all-Scotland coalition against hard Brexit – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Head to Paraguay, Serbia and the Czech Republic for a cheap bottle, Wine Price Index shows – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Bottoms up: Net profit down but beer sales up for Heineken – Wednesday 26 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Fiat Chrysler Automobiles posts record third quarter results – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – JetBlue Airway’s quarterly results nudge up slightly but operating costs jump – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Hammond says he will prioritise financial services in upcoming Brexit talks – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Heathrow in numbers: How much will it cost? When will it be delivered? – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Sadiq Khan is very unhappy indeed about the Heathrow expansion – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Ukip’s Bill Etheridge drops out of the leadership race – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Zac Goldsmith intends to resign as Tory MP after announcement to expand Heathrow – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Tesco chairman John Allan admits prices WILL go up due to weak sterling – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – General Motors latest earnings show net income doubling – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Labour fined £20k for failing to declare the Ed Stone – Tuesday 25 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Chinese firm HNA takes 25 per cent stake in Hilton hotels – Monday 24 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Fitch puts BAT on rating watch negative after buyout offer of Reynolds American – Monday 24 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – French Connection shares spike after weekend takeover rumours – Monday 24 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – The weirdest and most unlikely people Donald Trump has insulted on Twitter – Monday 24 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Here are some of the NHS treatments you could get prescribed that don’t help – Monday 24 October 2016 (online and print)

SPLASH: CityAM – Hammond reassures the City after reports of Whitehall indifference towards financial services – Thursday 20 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – The best of Clinton and Trump’s final debate – Thursday 20 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – MPs to get a symbolic vote on whether to strip Sir Philip Green of his knighthood – Thursday 20 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – David Davis warns against using Brexit to disrupt “fragile” European markets – Thurday 2o October 2016 (print and online)

CityAM – Clinton supporters reclaim Trump’s “nasty woman” insult – Thursday 20 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Institute of Directors calls for tax overhaul to help start ups soar – Thursday 20 October 2016 (print and online)

CityAM – Hilary Benn calls for transitional arrangements for financial services after Brexit – Thursday 20 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – Philip Hammond reassures City their concerns over Brexit are being listened to – Wednesday 19 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – What if Trump wins? Economic shocks could lie ahead – Wednesday 19 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – London named most powerful global city for fifth year in a row – Tuesday 18 October 2016 (online and print)

CityAM – PA to use robots to write market reports and election coverage – Tuesday 18 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Wine prices could go up by more than 29p a bottle due to Brexit – Tuesday 18 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – House prices up 8.4 per cent in the UK as a whole – Tuesday 18 October 2016 (online)

CityAM – Brewing up a storm: sales in craft beer at Tesco soar 130 per cent in a year – Monday 17 October 2016 (online)

The Times – Red Box – SNP, Plaid and Greens team up to condemn ‘toxic Tories’ – Wednesday 5 October 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Tricky options for reducing turbulence – Saturday 1 October 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Two thirds want some free movement despite EU vote – Friday 30 September 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Rushanara Ali on social mobility post-Brexit, security fears and who her real boss is – Friday 23 September 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Daughters2Win: Theresa May supports campaign to elect more female MPs – Thursday 15 September 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Embrace free speech, PM tells students – Thursday 15 September 2016 (online and print) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Can the Greens actually make a progressive alliance work? – Tuesday 6 September 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Ian Lucas: Taking on Ukip is like fighting Scotch mist – Monday 5 September 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Shakespeare restoration may cost the Bard his beard – Saturday 3 September 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Greens seek back to take Tory seats – Saturday 3 September 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Branson feared he would die after island bicycle crash – Saturday 27 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Multiple successes of three sets of twins – Friday 26 August 2016 (print and online)

The Times – Red Box – Owen Smith to launch push for union voters in leadership election – Friday 26 August 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Deputy Labour leader to hire four new staff including head of policy – Friday 26 August 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Natalie Bennett: I don’t want to remembered for THAT interview – Wednesday 24 August 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Lisa Duffy: Put Nigel Farage in the House of Lords – Tuesday 23 August 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Pornography ruins marriages – Monday 22 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – De Niro to open luxury hotel in Covent Garden – Saturday 20 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Tommy Sheppard: Fire up the referendum engine, but don’t put it in gear just yet – Wednesday 17 August 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – App makes a meal of restaurant leftovers – Wednesday 17 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – BBC honours Orwell with statue 73 years after he quit – Wednesday 10 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Model leaves animal lovers feeling hot under the collar – Saturday 13 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Herding dogs face extinction as 4x4s do them out of a job – Saturday 13 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Salmon fishing is the new rock n roll – Wednesday 10 August 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Maria Miller: Nothing is more important than making our country a fairer place to live Tuesday 9 August 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Rebecca Harris on her mummified chicken, keyboard warriors and being unafraid of Ukip – Friday 29 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Scott Mann on making Brexit work for business, broadband bothers and bringing Cornwall to the world – Wednesday 27 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Women who win: inside the group fighting for Tory gender equality – Monday 25 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – How previous PMs fared at their first prime minister’s questions – Wednesday 20 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – SNP will fight for freedom of movement in Brexit deal – Wednesday 20 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron worst PM for house building since 1920s – Tuesday 19 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Could the department for energy and climate change be scrapped? – Thursday 14 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – How many young people turned out to vote in the referendum? – Tuesday 11 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Could the disappointment of Remainers lead to a Lib Dem comeback? – Friday 8 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Chilcot report: a great day to bury bad news – Wednesday 6 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron dismisses new parliamentary powers for war – Wednesday 6 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Nick Clegg: Brexit is personal – Tuesday 5 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Nigel Farage wants his life back – Monday 4 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Male, white Tories dominate Brexit coverage – Friday 1 July 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Labour MPs in talks with Brexit unit – Thursday 30 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – New Labour membership: two thirds did not help our on the doorstep – Tuesday 28 June 2016 – (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – George Osborne will fight for ‘closest possible ties’ with EU – Tuesday 28 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Which areas backed Brexit? – Friday June 24 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – The rise and fall of David Cameron – Friday June 24 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Corbyn calls for PM to trigger article 50 immediately – Friday 24 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – A beer for the Leaver, champagne for Remains – Wednesday 22 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Foreign office condemned for refusing to fly LGBT flag – Tuesday 21 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Commons pays poignant tribute to Jo Cox MP – Monday 20 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Who is in the driving seat on the battle buses? – Tuesday 14 June 2016 (online and print) (£)

The Times – Red Box – A New Dawn: artwork celebrating women’s suffrage unveiled – Tuesday 7 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Boris Bagels, Brussels bureaucrats and Brexit the musical – Sunday 5 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Be more robust on economics, Farage tells Vote Leave – Friday 3 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Inside the ‘Corbyn cult’ – Thursday 2 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Swipe left for Brexit: Tinder launches voter registration drive – Wednesday 1 June 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Nick Clegg is fourth biggest Lib Dem donor with £7 Valentines’ gift – Thursday May 26 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Leave raise twice as much as Remain in second round of donations – Thursday 26 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Five weird and wonderful things Steve Hilton said about the EU – Wednesday 25 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Word on the street is Remain video is out of touch – Tuesday May 24 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Tories dominate EU referendum coverage as most stories are pro-Leave – Monday 23 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Nigel launches the Faragebus – Friday 20 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron rules out ‘blue on blue’ conflict in EU debates – Thursday 19 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Four peers lose member status after failing to show up – Thursday 19 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Victoria Atkins on cynicism in politics, asking Corbyn for directions and missing THAT exit poll – Thursday 19 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Khan says Labour leadership ‘does not appeal’ – Wednesday 18 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh on standing up for Muslims, getting death threats and balancing Hansard with Peppa Pig – Wednesday 18 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Cameron turns to Tinder to woo young single voters – Tuesday May 17 2016 (print and online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Alan Mak on Westlife, club nights and his hopes for Cameron’s legacy – Tuesday 17 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Andrea Jenkyns on booting out Ed Balls, Morley mugs and putting patient safety first – Monday 16 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Stuart Donaldson on promising NOT to go into politics, lads holidays and being the real opposition – Friday 13 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – 7 things you need to know about the BBC’s new charter – Thursday 12 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Johnny Mercer on compassionate Conservativism and THAT shower advert – Thursday 12 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Heidi Allen on being a Tory rebel, forcing u-turns and her lack of work-life balance – Wednesday 11 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – How many times can Ukip split? – Tuesday 10 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Wes Streeting on Ken’s damage to Labour, Game of Thrones and changing the world – Tuesday May 10 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Vote Leave boss ‘messed around’ MPs, committee told – Monday May 9 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Corbyn’s inspiring message: ‘We hung on’ – Friday May 6 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Kirsty Blackman on crochet, HMS Diamond and getting on with the Tories – Friday May 6 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Richard Burgon on not selling out as a socialist, love for heavy metal and hate of the media establishment – Thursday May 5 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Government threatened with legal action over pro-EU website  – Wednesday May 4 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Rishi Sunack on children, cheese and William Hague’s wellies – Thursday May 4 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Jo Stevens on Labour’s wild nights out, Tom Watson’s jokes and getting promoted twice in a week – Tuesday 3 May 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Neil Coyle on the Labour party’s viper pit, death threats over Syria and kicking out Sir Simon Hughes – Friday 29 April 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Tulip Siddiq on rebelling against Corbyn, Bercow the feminism and Labour karaoke – Tuesday 26 April 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Duncan Smith: “There’s nothing worse than hurling a word like ‘racist'” – Monday 25 April 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Class of 2015: Stephen Kinnock on hating to lose, getting Corbyn to tell jokes and giving journalists a good kicking – Monday 25 April 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cummings ‘baffled’ over how Vote Leave literature ended up in hospitals – Wednesday April 20 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Press send Chilcot, or there will be uproar – Thursday 14 April (online) (£)

The Times – One in four MPs set to vote against their constituents over Brexit (print and online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Welsh ‘coalition talks’ abandoned – Wednesday 10 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – I love black cabs, says Zac in warning Uber will make them extinct – Wednesday 10 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – David Cameron’s mum… and other embarrassing political parents – Tuesday 9 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Emily Thornberry thinks the seas ‘may not be opaque in future’ – Tuesday February 9 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Tax credit challenges rocket -Friday 5 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron’s EU language is risky; he wants the UK to seem special – Wednesday 3 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – What did European newspapers make of Cameron’s deal? – Wednesday 3 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Universal credit will cost working families… but will help many into jobs – Wednesday 3 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron climbdown on child benefit (in a win for Clegg) – Tuesday 2 February 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Boris has ‘doubts’ on Cameron’s EU deal – Tuesday 2 February 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Brussels, Nandos and high rise housing; 7 things we learned from #AskBoris – Thursday 28 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Government asset sell-off tops all records at £26.4bn – Thursday 28 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Assaults on prison staff spike as Labour table crisis motion – Wednesday 27 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Who is telling the truth on how much we spend on the EU? – Wednesday 27 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Steve Hilton: Growing sense that big companies are above the law – Wednesday 27 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – VoteLeave FUD up the figures – Tuesday 26 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Hike in suicides in mental health trusts – Tuesday 26 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Labour’s key foreign policy challenges dissected – Friday 22 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Introducing… Corbyn the musical – Wednesday 20 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Three quarters of the public think big donors have too much influence on parties – Wednesday 20 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Hilary Benn: Isis cannot be negotiated with and must be defeated – Wednesday 20 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – 7 reasons why Labour lost: what we learned (and didn’t) from the Beckett report – Tuesday 19 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Taxpayers spend £40,000 a month on closed courts – Monday 18 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Oliver Letwin’s guide to happiness – Friday 15 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – I want to talk about issues not hairstyles: Leanne Wood on women, Europe and Plaid – Thursday 14 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Revealed: How Corbyn’s Twitter account was ‘hacked’ – Wednesday 13 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – BNP no longer a political party due to ‘clerical error’ – Friday 8 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Khan adds five points to lead over Goldsmith in London mayor poll – Thursday 7 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Jeremy Corbyn’s revenge reshuffle – what we know – Monday 4 – Wednesday 6 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Can Corbyn’s Labour hold onto its only government as the party splits? – Friday 1 January 2016 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Stephen Kinnock tells Corbyn he must compromise to win – December 16 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Labour moderates revive voting reform – December 14 2015 (online) (£)

The Sunday Times – Shish! Don’t let them know Jeremy’s here – Sunday 13 December 2015 (online and print) (£)

The Times – Red Box – The Eagle has landed – Angela outsasses George – December 9 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Tuition fees will depend upon subject – December 9 2015 (online and print) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron’s made his list, he’s checking it twice, will his 2015 manifesto suffice? – December 8 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Labour would have won Oldham without postal votes – December 4 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – What’s next for the war on Isis? December 4 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Labour’s ‘poll’ is to pressure MPs on the back of Corbyn’s mandate – November 30 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Who will vote for British airstrikes in Syria? – November 26 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Why did John McDonnell throw a red book at George Osborne? – November 26 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – HE green paper raises eyebrows over teaching quality measures and variable fees – Monday November 9 2015 (online and in print) (£)

The Times – Red Box – How could votes for 16 and 17 year olds impact on the EU referendum? – November 4 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – How can Osborne re-assess his cuts to tax credits when in-work poverty still exists? – November 2 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Corbyn scores easy win on tax credits but Cameron isn’t sweating yet – October 28 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Four things Osborne needs to do to tackle the north-south divide – October 27 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – What does the Women’s Equality Party want to do? – October 21 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Cameron’s Chinese computations could make ‘golden age’ tricky – October 20 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Grammar schools harm social mobility more than they help – October 16 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Five things you should know about Osborne’s fiscal charter – October 14 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Junior doctor contracts – What’s going on? – October 13 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – What’s next for the Europe campaign? – October 9 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Could Theresa May’s failure to impact on immigration be her downfall in a leadership race? – October 7 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Rising rents behind a 5% rise in homelessness – October 8 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Factcheck: Was David Cameron right about crime? – October 8 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Ukip may be on life support but the referendum is an opportunity for Farage to clinch the dais – September 25 2015 (online) (£)

The Times – Red Box – Corbyn’s message on women appears confused – he must prove his support of gender equality – September 14 2015 (online) (£)

Civil Service World – Frontline: Transport for London project manager –  March 3 2015 (print and online)

SwitchMyBusiness – The UK general election – who will be fighting the small business corner? – Feb 16 2015 (online)

SwitchMyBusiness – How to keep your small business cyber-safe: What to watch out for – February 8 2015 (online)

SwitchMyBusiness – Should your small business hire an apprentice? – February 6 2015 (online)

SwitchMyBusiness – How does the EU affect your business? – February 2 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Labour: Children’s guardians to get first access to schools – Tuesday 10 February 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Pickles introduces commissioners to intervene in ‘directionless’ Rotherham council – Wednesday 4 February 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Khan slams Grayling over MoJ lost files – Thursday 29 January 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Chilcot delay is not my fault, says Sir Jeremy Heywood – Tuesday 27 January 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – UK has ‘airy-fairy’ visions for EU reform – Tuesday January 20 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Clegg attacks Conservative’s ‘massive strategic error’ in continuing to cut public services – Monday 19 January 2015 (online)

SwitchMyBusiness – What is the best way to enhance your digital presence as a small business? – January 19 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – NHS representative blames A&E spike on 111 service – Wednesday January 14 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – UK security increased after Paris attacks – Thursday January 8 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Lords: Chilcot report could be delayed until after election – Tuesday January 6 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Villers hails Stormont Agreement as a ‘genuine step forward’ – Tuesday 23 January 2014 (online)

SwitchMyBuiness – 10 free tools to help you run your business more efficiently – January 3 2015 (online)

PoliticsHome – Labour questions Post Office card extension scheme – Tuesday 16 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Doran: fisheries minister ‘may not be for a woman’ – Thursday 11 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome — Legal background ‘distinct advantage’ for Lord Chancellor – Lords committee – Thursday 11 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Soubry warns on migrant welfare ‘prejudice’ – Monday 8 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Clegg’s merry little Christmas victory – Friday 5 December 2014 (online)

Huffington Post UK – Protest turns Ugly: Warwick students tear-gassed and threatened with tasers – Friday 5 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Mann urges leaders to look for child abuse evidence – Thursday 4 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Autumn Statement liveblog – Wednesday 3 December 2014 (online – team Politics Home)

PoliticsHome – Burnham attacks Tories for ‘fiddling the figures’ on NHS – Monday 1 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Dugher slams McLoughlin as ‘all talk and no delivery’ on road investment – Monday 1 December 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Green urges Cameron to modernise – Wednesday 26 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Sturgeon sets out Scots plans for the year – Wednesday 26 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Johnson raises concern over May’s external announcements – Monday 24 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Reckless heckled in Commons as he defends NHS views – Friday 21 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Raab attacks Miliband over Barnett Formula – Thursday 20 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Balls defends mansion tax, admits Labour’s by-election defeat – Wednesday 19 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Clegg: Ukip’s stance on maternity leave is stone-age – Monday 17 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Salmond’s final hurrah: We will move forwards to independence – Friday 14 November 2014 (online)

Politics Home – Welsh leaders sceptical over Miliband and Labour – Thursday 13 November 2014 (online)

Politics Home – Farage: Ukip taking core Labour voters – Friday 7 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Mandelson denies responsibility over ‘on-the-runs’ letters – Tuesday 4 November 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – May denies her Home Office staff involved in drafting Woolf letters – Monday 3 November 2014 (online)

Exclusive: PoliticsHome  – NHS front line payrises outstripped by inflation – Tuesday 21 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Lord Ramsbothan calls for halt to ‘uncosted and rushed’ Criminal Justice Bill – Wednesday 22 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Hunt: Lord Freud’s comments on disabled people’s mimimum wage are ugly – Wednesday 15th October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Shadow Home Secretary calls for more safeguards in data collection communications – Wednesday 15 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Clegg and Harman clash over NHS reforms – Tuesday 14 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Prof Alexis Jay says 1400 children abused a ‘conservative’ number – Monday 13 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Home Secretary puts pressure on Lib Dems over Data Bill – Monday 13 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Advice on Ebola changes, that caused the u-turn, says Pickles – Friday 10 October 2014 (online)

PoliticsHome – Boris defends snooping on journalists in ‘serious’ cases – Tuesday 7 October 2014 (online)

The GuardianTailored experience or digtal stalking? Has personalisation gone too far? – Tuesday 19 August 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – PODCAST: Episode 5 – Tuesday 29 July 2014 (online)

The GuardianGoogle search changes will push SEO firms and social media marketers closer together – Monday 28 July 2014 (online)

Business Technology – How to use the news to boost your brand’s social media presence – Thursday 24 July 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – Why your business should hire a graduate – Monday 21 July 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – Could you save £500,000 by making your workplace happier? – Thursday 17 July 2014 (online)

Business Technology – How can app store optimisation help your business? – Thursday 10 July 2014 (online)

Business Technology – How will Google Glass affect mobile content  Tuesday 8 July 2014 (online)

The GuardianSix ways to make your postgraduate degree stand out – Monday 7 July 2014 (online)

Business Technology – How cloud technology can pose huge risks to your business – Monday 30 June 2014 (online)

Business Technology – Should businesses give in to hackers’ ransoms? – Friday 27 June 2014 (online)

Business Technology – Information Security: Is antivirus software dead? – Wednesday 25 June 2014 (online)

Business Technology – Should your business develop a mobile app? – Monday 16 June 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – Boost your productivity and profits with mindfulness and meditation – Thursday 12 June 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – London’s biggest 3D printer in pictures – Monday 9 June 2014 (online)

Business Technology – Five ways to boost your company’s sales with mobile content and apps – Tuesday 3 June 2014 (online)

Business Technology – 9 ways Google’s driverless cars could change the way the world travels – Thursday 29 May 2014 (online)

The Independent on SundayIoS Happy list 2014 – Nikandre Kopcke – Sunday 25 May 2014 (online)

The Independent on SundayIoS Happy list 2014 – Tom Dowling – Sunday 25 May 2014 (online)

The Independent on SundayIoS Happy List 2014 – Carmel Allen and Josephine Drew – Sunday 25 May 2014 (online)

The i newspaper – Page 3 Profile: Alison Russell QC Judge – Friday 23 May 2014 (print and online)

Business Reporter – European elections: how will your vote affect British business? – Thursday 22 may 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – Supply Fest: Corporate Social Responsibility and supply chains – Wednesday 21 May 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – Is it time for supply chains to go local? – Tuesday 20 May 2014 (online)

The IndependentThe business week ahead – Monday 12 May 2014 (print and online)

The IndependentAirport closed as tycoon ‘broke funds pledge’ – Saturday 10 May 2014 (print and online)

The i – 30 second briefing (business section) on Superdry’s falling sales and shares – Friday 9 May 2014 (print)

The i – Ladbrookes say betting industry used as a ‘political football’ – Thursday 8 May 2014 (print and online)

The IndependentPfizer tries to allay fears over £63bn Astra bid – Thursday 8 May 2014 (online and print)

Evening StandardLadbrokes’ anger at curb to bid to curb gaming – Wednesday 7 May 2014 (print and online)

The IndependentStudents breathe sigh of relief as lecturer’s marking boycott called off – Tuesday 6 May 2014 (online)

The IndependentWant to win the youth vote? Publish manifestos on Twitter, say young people – Tuesday 6 May 2014 (online)

The iPage 3 Profile: Tim Peake, astronaut – Saturday 3 May 2014 (print and online)

Camden New Journal (Camden Review) – Archimedes’ Principle at Park Theatre 90 – Thursday 24 April 2014 (print) and Monday 28 April (online)

Islington Tribune114 years for gang who shot man with machine-gun as he played pool – Friday 25 April 2014 (print and online)

Business Reporter – ‘Get the interns in the boardroom!’ How to avoid social media disaster – Thursday 24 April 2014 (online)

Business Reporter – Will 3D printing transform the supply chain? – Thursday 17 April 2014 (online)

The Guardian Are grades at postgraduate level irrelevant? – Tuesday 1 April 2014 (online)

The GuardianMauritius teenager to be deported with family – Tuesday 25 March 2014 (online) and Wednesday 26 March 2014 (print)

The GuardianEnfield students’ deportation would be ‘very unfair’ says shadow minister – Sunday 23 March 2014 (online) and Monday 24 March (print)

The IndependentEnfield headteacher fights to stop deportation of ‘star student’ – Sunday 23 March 2014 (online) and Monday 24 March 2014 (print)

The iPage 3 Profile: Aaron Parfitt – Tuesday 18 March 2014 (online and print)

The Guardian – How far could a medical degree take you? – Friday 14 March 2014 (online)

The IndependentWaitrose free coffee scheme causing a headache for nearby cafes – Wednesday 12 March 2014 (online)

The GuardianTop ten free apps for students – Wednesday 5 March 2014 (online)

The IndependentRomanian and Bulgarian students plan legal challenge after their UK student loans were suspended – Tuesday 4 March 2014 (online)

The i – Page 3 Profile: Dolly Parton – Friday 28 February 2014

The Independent180 student unions urge government and universities to fix spiralling costs for international students – Monday 24 February 2014 (online)

The Guardian A first-class degree? I’d rather get a job… – Monday 17 February 2014 (online)

The Independent on SundayThe more the experts warn against, the more we build on flood plains – Sunday 2 February 2014 (online and print)

The False Nine – Interview – David Conn on Hillsborough – Tuesday 14 January 2014 (online)

The False Nine – Interview – David Conn on Sport Journalism and the Media – Monday 13 January 2014 (online)

Exclusive: The IndependentRomanian and Bulgarian students fear losing university places over funding freeze – Friday 10 January 2014 (online)

The IndependentLaw firm Clifford Chance adopts CV blind policy to break Oxbridge recruitment bias – Thursday 9 January 2014 (online and print)

The IndependentGet Gove back in the classroom: Nearly 100,000 people sign petition to get him to teach for a term – Tuesday 7 January 2014 (online)

Press Gazette – David Conn: Media silence over Hillsborough was a ‘second tragedy’ – Monday 6 January 2014 (online)

The IndependentFlood warning: Why the long-term forecast for homeowners is so alarming – Tuesday 31 December 2013 (print and online)

Press Gazette – Photojournalist of the Year Richard Pohle warns that smartphones are ‘devastating’ the industry – Friday 20 December 2013 (online)

Press Gazette – Despite being detained three times this year, New Journalist of the Year enjoys ‘huge privilege’ of reporting on Egypt – Wednesday 18 December 2013 (online)

Press Gazette – Highest pass rate of the year for NQJ senior reporter exams – Wednesday 18 December 2013 (online)

Press Gazette – Croydon Citizen launches print edition after hitting £2,000 crowdfunding target – Tuesday 17 December 2013 (online)

The TelegraphVideo: How evil did not win at Sandy Hook – Good to Share – Saturday 14 December (online)

The TelegraphChina and India’s space race – timeline – Saturday 14 December (online and print)

The TelegraphNorth Korea’s purge language ‘part of the intended terror’ – Friday 13 December (online)

The TelegraphChinese pilots must be able to land in smog – Thursday 12 December (online)

The TelegraphKenyan senator caught photoshopping Mandela tribute picture – Thursday 12 December (online)

The TelegraphSilvio Berlusconi threatens ‘revolution’ if he is jailed – Thursday 12 December 2013 (online)

The TelegraphBarack Obama selfie: Who is Helle Thorning Schmidt? – Wednesday 11 December 2013 (online)

The TelegraphMichelle Obama not unhappy with photos during Mandela Memorial, says photographer – Wednesday 11 December 2013 (online)

The Telegraph – Madonna Mk II – Wednesday 11 December 2013 (print)

The TelegraphNelson Mandela Memorial guestlist – Tuesday 10 December (online)

Wannabe Hacks – NUJ student conference 2013: Keep fighting – Thursday 28 November 2013 (online)

Exclusive: Wannabe Hacks – INTERVIEW: George Brock, “I’m a little ray of sunshine, me…” – Thursday 31 October 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Which journalists do you admire and why? – Monday 14 October 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Help – I’m a technology dummy – Thursday 3 October 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – REVIEW: Dial M for Murdoch – Wednesday 25 September 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – The extortionate price of training is limiting our industry – Tuesday 10 September 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Does working for free mean I’m not good enough to be paid? – Monday 19 August (online)

Real Business – The money-saving site you own – Wednesday 13 August 2013 (online) [note: my name is not on the byline, it was part of PR work]

Wannabe Hacks – My first paid internship… in PR – Monday 11 August 2013

Wannabe Hacks – MAs: stick to tradition or embrace the future? – Wednesday 7 August 2013 (online)

Exclusive: Wannabe Hacks – INTERVIEW: George Eaton, New Statesman – Friday 2 August 2013 (online)

Huffington Post – Politics, volunteering, journalism – how do I change the world? – Monday 22 July 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Journalism’s uncertain future provides wannabes with work experience challenges  – Thursday 18 July 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Shorthand tips for beginners: top tips starting out – Wednesday 7 July 2013 (online)

Huffington Post – Higher business confidence is good for us soon-to-be-grads – Tuesday 2 July 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – How do I prepare for my journalism course? – Thursday 1 July 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Do journalists still need a print-based portfolio? – Monday 24 June 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Why do we need whistle-blowers? – Friday 21 June 2013 (online)

Exclusive: What’s New In Publishing – Interview: Mandie Gower, Editor of Zest Magazine – Wednesday 18 June 2012 (online and sent to a newsletter of 40,000 publishers in the UK)

Wannabe Hacks – How can my career service help me in journalism? – Wednesday 12 June 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Is BuzzFeed’s list style model journalism? – Wednesday 5 June 2013 (online)

Huffington Post UK – Woolwich attacks show terrorism at its worst: Taking advantage of a media-saturated society – Thursday 23 May 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Is a global, collaborating media project from aspiring journalists feasible? – Wednesday 22 May 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Which newspaper subscription is the best value? – Wednesday 15 May 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Feminist mag Spare Rib returns: Will it succeed in the digital age? – Monday 6 May 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – More!’s downfall lay in its failure to become a brand – Monday 29 April 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – In defence of news: it’s not all bad for you – Tuesday 23 April 2013 (online)

Huffington Post – Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that – Tuesday 16 April 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Churnalism and how to avoid it – Monday 15 April 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – What I learned about trust and journalism: POLIS Journalism Conference 2013 – Tuesday 9 April 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Top tips for MA interviews, from the students – Tuesday 2 April 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Ten embarrassing journalism errors – Wednesday 27 March 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – What to expect at an MA interview at Sheffield – Thursday 21 March 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Are journalism and mental health incompatible? – Tuesday 12 March 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Student journalists should be taught ethical behaviour earlier – Wednesday 6 March 2013 (online)

The Boar – Warwick Universities Summit to take place on campus – Tuesday 5 March 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – What is a journalist? – Wednesday 27 February 2013 (online)

The Boar – Making sense of senseless censorship – Wednesday 20 February 2013 (online and print)

Wannabe Hacks – What constitutes harassment by a journalist? – Monday 18 February 2013 (online)

Exclusive: The Boar – Interview with Chris White MP – Wednesday 13 February 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – How to apply for the BBC’s trainee schemes – Tuesday 12 February 2013 (online)

The Boar – Union Chair: “No more silly boycotts” – Wednesday 6 February 2013 (print and online)

The Boar – Opinion Matrix: Thoughts on the SU All Student Meeting – Wednesday 6 February 2013 (online)

The Boar – Bittersweet Birdsong – Tuesday February 5 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – What I learnt at the BBC Salford’s ‘Get In’ event – Monday 4 February 2013 (online)

The Boar – Students vote to overturn Barcardi and Nestle boycotts – Friday 1 February 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Standing up for student media: rules and regulations – Tuesday 29 January 2013 (online)

The Boar – All-Student Meeting: Success or failure? – Tuesday 29 January 2013 (online)

The Boar – Liveblog: All-Student Meeting – Monday 28 January 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Media law for wannabes – where to begin? – Monday 21 January 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Doing a journalism MA? What to look for… – Friday 18 January 2013 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – The power of print is still with us – Wednesday 9 January 2013 (online)

The Boar – Keep calm and carry on – Friday 11 January 2013 – (print and online)

Wannabe Hacks – Work experience in magazine publishing – Tuesday 18 December 2012 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Why every journalist needs a Twitter account – Monday 10 December 2012 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Should student media become more integrated? – Thursday 27 November 2012 (online)

The Boar – The Boar has transformed my university experience – Wednesday 26 November 2012 (print and online)

Wannabe Hacks – How much should student media cover national and international events? – Saturday 17 November 2012 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Cutting TBIJ would be disastrous for the future of journalism – Wednesday 14 November 2012 (online)

The Boar – RaWing success at student radio awards – Wednesday 15 November 2012 (print and online)

The Daily Touch – All over the world, in a couple of semesters… – Tuesday 14 November 2012 (online)

The Angle – London Met numbers drop – Friday 9 November 2012 (online)

The Boar – TSJ Turns Two – Breaking into Journalism – Friday 2 November 2012 (print and online)

Wannabe Hacks – Breaking barriers into journalism: challenges for wannabes  – Wednesday 31 October 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – Put your hands up for volunteering – 29 October 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – Should I write a dissertation? – 22 October 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – Freshers’ stressers – Monday 15 October 2012 (online)

The Angle – International students relieved after no longer having to queue through the night – Wednesday 10 October 2012 (online)

The Angle – London met students “treated like criminals” – September 19 2012 (print and online)

Exclusive: The Angle – NUS International Officer Daniel Stevens talks the Angle through the London Met visa row – September 19 2012 (print and online)

The Daily Touch – How do I get work experience without any work experience? – Monday 17th September 2012

Wannabe Hacks – NUS/Amnesty Media Summit – is advice from current journalists outdated? – Saturday 15 September 2012

The Daily Touch – How can I possibly choose a university? – Monday September 10th 2012 (online)

Wannabe Hacks – Could Reddit become the new Twitter? – Monday 3 September 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – Cooking can be soup-er, honest… – Monday 3 September 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – Who remembers what they learned at GCSE anyway? – Monday 28 August 2012 (online)

Total Politics – Charles Walker: MP of the month (INTERVIEW) – Issue 50 August 2012 – (print and online)

Total Politics  – What’s On – LIFE – Issue 50, August 2012 (print and online)

The Daily Touch – Careers: for life or just for Christmas? – Monday 20 August 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – What could you do with an extra £27,000? – Monday 13 August 2012 (online)

The Daily Touch – Is graduation a day to remember, or forget? – Monday 6 August 2012 (online)

The GuardianOlympic jobs – why students will suffer from the G4S debacle – Blogging students, Friday 20 July 2012 (online)

The Independent – Fake Olympic flags seized at airport – Friday 20 July 2012 (online – originally produced for the Press Association)

Total Politics – Inside the Olympic Village – 13 July 2012 (online)

Total Politics – Five little-known Hollande facts – 10 July 2012 (online)

Total Politics Live: Commons debate on banking – 5 July 2012 (online)

The National Student – EU referendum would damage more than it gains – 5 July 2012 (online)

Total Politics – Live: Bob Diamond at the Treasury Committee – 4 July 2012 (online)

The Coventry Telegraph – Coventry students win rotary club design awards – June 28 2012 (print and online)

The Coventry Telegraph – New play area to be unveiled at Rugby village – June 26 2012 (online

The Coventry Telegraph – Only Fools and Horses star Boycie at Coventry book signing – June 16 2012 (print and online)

The Coventry Telegraph – Neighbours’ objections to ‘student ghetto’ – June 15 2012 (print and online)

The Coventry Telegraph – £10k reward to catch railway cable thieves in Water Orton – June 9 2012 (online)

The Coventry Telegraph – Diamond Jubilee in Coventry: Schools enjoy end of term celebrations – June 4 2012 (online and print)

The Coventry Telegraph – NHS staff raise more than £650 for brain tumour charity – May 15 2012 (online and print)

The National Student – Students need their mental 5-a-day – 1 March 2012 (online)

The Times – Nine out of ten campers quit protest at night – October 25 2011 (print and online)

The Times – You, The Editor – October 29 2011 (print)

The Huffington Post UK – Grouping all women together will create anger not votes – September 26 2011 (online)

The Student Journals – ‘The End of the World?‘ – July 11 2011 (online)

The Coventry Telegraph –  ‘Public sector strike: Strikers claim mass closures and disruption’ – June 30 2011 (My name is not on the online version but was included in the original print version.)

The Coventry Telegraph –  ‘Shutdown! Teachers’ strike to close 150 schools’ – June 29 2011 (print and online)

The Student Journals – ‘Why AC Grayling’s New College of the Humanities could be a blessing in disguise’ – June 27 2011 (online)

The Student Journals – ‘Can the media ever be unbiased?’ – April 8 2011 (online)

The Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser – various news and property listings – November 2008 (print)

The RLS Express – ‘Why did Barack Obama win the 2008 General Election?’ – 2009 (online)

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2 responses to “Portfolio

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