Hi, I'm a journalism student at City and Opinion Editor for The National Student. I'm a massive West Ham United supporter and football fan in general. Into some other sports too such as cricket, rugby and baseball. Also really interested in politics, travel, rock music, film and TV.
The story of the forgotten dictator
Yet, his statue stands tall outside Parliament and he is revered as a father of democracy.
Interview: Margaret Cho
The award winning Korean-American comedienne gives us her take on protest, comedy, and rescue dogs.
Opinion: Homeless Hammers set to play home draw in Cheltenham
Athletics and broken promises have left West Ham temporarily homeless.
Talking Tories, Brexit, and magic money trees with Geoff Norcott
The comedian and proud Conservative gives us his views on comedy and politics.
Art Review: Art and Peace @ Mall Galleries
The exhibit is designed to help promote strong cultural ties between Britain and China.
Women's cricket may just have gone mainstream
In the past, playing cricket was effectively a hobby that these women were very good at it - but they had to do other jobs to survive.
The Great Fall of China: Why Super League controversy is not a surprise
The model was always going to be unsustainable.
Theatre Review: The Marriage of Kim K @ Arcola Theatre
An opera that looks at Kim Kardashian's 72 day wedding.
Review: Anime Architecture: Backgrounds of Japan @ House of Illustration
Lots of potential, but it doesn't seem to be a finished article.
Review: Museum of the Order of Saint John
Knights, hospitals and nearly a thousand years of history.
The most dangerous album in the world: Appetite for Destruction at 30
Released in July 1987, Guns N' Roses's debut album is an all time great.
Am I a coconut?
Brown on the outside, white on the inside; I've been accused of being a coconut before.
Review: The City Is Ours @ The Museum of London
There's a new exhibit at the Barbican site - but it is so disappointing.
Theatre Review: Briefs Close Encounters @ The Underbelly Festival
If you like seeing hot, sweaty guys in briefs, or just watching some good expressionist dance to pumping music, it might be the perfect thing for you.
Why proposals to ban anonymous Twitter accounts are misguided
Banning them just makes them go underground - it will not stop them.
Debt: The ticking time bomb at the heart of democracy
Political parties need to learn to be straight with voters and we need to do something about the debt.
Is Sykes-Picot really the cause of the problems in the Middle East?
Popular belief is that the agreement is at the root of current issues.