Trigger warning: Panic and health anxiety There’s a theme that runs through all my writing - the media’s impact on our anxiety. And my God, it’s very REAL. I’m not blaming the media. Not entirely. It’s just that, for us obsessives, the combination of health anxiety and health headlines is a bit of a toxic cocktail. … Continue reading How anxiety makes the truth stranger than fiction
I usually reserve my political anger for Twitter. But this isn't political any more. Or at least it shouldn't be. It's much bigger than that. And I believe that every single family has many stories that will blow Cummings' lame and privileged excuses out the water. I am writing about just one family. My family. … Continue reading EVERY family’s experience of lockdown will expose the privilege in Cummings’ weak excuses
Whilst you might be in a good place with your mental health or at least the support you have around you, others may not be. How do you choose to ignore something if you don’t know whether or not it’s real? Challenge him. He might not be worth it, but the people having to listen to his bullshit might be.
Parliament Panto is being broadcast live to the world in a bid to promote 'British-ness' as the Brexit countdown ticks on. Embracing all the traditional British pantomime elements, Parliament Panto has delighted international viewers around the world. However, UK audiences have been protesting in outrage and reviewers quick to criticise. Theatre critic, Linus Blowhorn said: … Continue reading Brexit places British panto tradition on a global stage
Sports legend Gary Lineker has been unable to respond to fresh criticism relating to his politically-charged tweets as he is not allowed an opinion on it. As a TV star and sports personality, it has been revealed that he is not authorised to have an opinion on anything that other people might disagree with. The … Continue reading LINEKER UNABLE TO RESPOND TO NEWS THAT OPINIONS ARE PROHIBITED IN SPORT
There was a school pupil who shot with a gun I don't know why he shot with a gun. Perhaps we'll die. There was a school teacher who shot with a rifle. It shivered and jittered and recoiled inside her. She shot with the rifle to stop the gun. I don't know why he shot … Continue reading A poem about guns
I think I reflect the national viewpoint here. Anyone who watched Ian Hislop's 'Who should we let in?' will no doubt have Hopkins' arrogance ringing in their ears. Of immigrants she said 'You look and them and think you are nothing like me'. Thank God for that. Because I would have a serious problem with … Continue reading I look at Katie Hopkins and think ‘you are nothing like me’