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After getting a BA in journalism, I cut my reporting teeth at CYP Now, a respected trade magazine for policymakers and professionals working with disadvantaged children. 

From there, I became a freelance journalist. I write features about social inequalities in the UK for publications including the Guardian, Prospect and New Statesman.

I've written about neglect and suicide in the London Ambulance Service, dangerous housing policies, exploitative legal loopholes, harmful healthcare, assisted suicide, homelessness and much more. 

I also have a nutrition column on the BBC (Food Fictions), which I've been writing since 2018. 

After living in London for many years, I'm currently based in West Yorkshire. When I'm not working, I can be found reading non-fiction, watching documentaries, writing a newsletter, and entertaining my toddler. 

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