I'm Sally Hall, a creative writing graduate and content enthusiast. My main interests include recipes and potentially viral lists, and in my spare time I like to write and rewrite press releases. My other interests include health, finance, film... oh, and of course small, happy looking animals.
This Brexit flowchart shows just how complicated it’s all becoming
A tangled web of permutations got political Twitter talking on Thursday morning.
UK’s first vegan and vegetarian cannabis restaurant set for launch
The Canna Kitchen in Brighton will open to the public on Saturday.
Teacher tells class to donate to foodbank instead of buying her gifts
Primary school teacher Kate McLaughlan says it will teach the children 'the spirit of giving'.
Guy’s parents kiss 7 years after divorce and Twitter is shipping them so hard
Fingers crossed for these two.
Study suggests dogs are ‘not exceptional’ and owners absolutely aren’t having it
No-one asked you, science.
Peli UK Photography Hub: The ultimate power tool for student photographers
As a student photographer at the beginning of your career, the world really is your oyster.
Would you qualify for this rental flat with bizarrely specific flatmate rules?
This flatmate-seeker wants somebody who will be out all day and not laugh after 11pm.
The ‘He’s not your man’ meme is the best dating advice you’ll ever receive
Here are all the red flags you need to bear in mind if you want to avoid dating a regrettable historical figure.
#AskHerToStand: Why more women are being urged into politics
Yesterday marked the 100-year anniversary of women being allowed to stand for Parliament.
Man’s drunken photoshoot gives McDonald’s hash brown 15 minutes of fame
'That thing looks sexy as hell though.'
Students in the US created a secret shrine to Danny DeVito
DeVito said he was 'honoured' by the shrine.
GoFundMe charity campaign for homeless man a $400,000 ‘lie’
Homeless Johnny Bobbit was claimed to have spent 'his last $20' helping a woman whose car had broken down.
#ThisIsNotConsent: Women post photos of their underwear after Irish rape trial
Protests are taking place both offline and online after a barrister drew attention to a female complainant's choice of underwear.
A BBC journalist has gone viral with his brutal honesty about Brexit
'I think you might as well get Mr Blobby back on to offer his analysis.'
Grads with digital skills will ‘earn more than doctors, engineers, pilots and dentists’
The digital skills gap is real.
Pro footballer ‘has more points’ on driving licence than team has in league
The unnamed player was stopped for a range of offences in the early hours of Sunday morning.
#BlackGirlMagic: 19 black women have been elected as judges in this Texas county
The 19 ran on a Democratic ticket and all of them won.
These remarkable images show the end of the First World War in colour
Images of the scenes after the conflict ended have been given a colour update 100 years on.