'A chicken restaurant without any chicken. It's not ideal.'
Distorted coverage such as the Daily Mail's 'Legsit' blamed on few women in top jobs.
The “woeful” lack of women in senior roles or writing front page stories at UK newspapers has been laid bare in a startling
'Pushing an agenda. No surprises really.'
Two publishers have drawn criticism for the way they illustrated the controversial story, originally reported by The Times
As I sit, or more likely stand perpendicular and cramped, on my commute to and from work I tend to scan through the pages of the Metro or the Evening Standard nonchalantly. When I arrive at my destination, I have two primary options; put the paper in the bin, or leave it on my seat.
When I was asked by Paul Dacre to become editor of Metro back in 2000, he told me with a mischievous glint in his eye: 'Make it good...but don't make it too good'.
A kindhearted stranger has been filmed giving the clothes off his back to a half-naked man shivering on the New York subway
Fighting against growing levels of precarity, unemployment, poverty and homelessness - in Spain and, contrary to what our government claims, in the UK - also requires us to reclaim what should belong to the state and its citizens, to us.
The Spanish are overwhelmingly friendly, living up to their positive stereotype. On my first day at work I was introduced to a thousand people, who all looked genuinely content at the prospect of working with a hindrance of a foreign intern.