MA Newspaper Journalism, City University | Freelance Journalist & Photographer | Words in The Telegraph, PoliticsHome, City A.M., The Sun, GoThinkBig, Get Surrey etc
Telegraphy Travel Solutions Taste the World Supplement
An example of one of several full travel supplements I helped produce for Telegraph Travel Solutions.
2018 was worst year for violence and abuse against journalists, report says
2018 is the worst year on record for violence and abuse against journalists, with at least 80 killed in connection with their work, a further 348 imprisoned and 60 held hostage, according to Reporters Without Borders (RSF).
This year's figures from RSF suggest that more than half of the journalists killed in 2018 were deliberately targeted and that there has been a 15 per cent increase in such killings since 2017.
“Journalists have never before been subjected to as much violence and abusive t...
Watch Ukrainian MPs punch one another in the face as a fight breaks out in Parliament
Punches were thrown in the Ukrainian parliament yesterday after a bill was passed that would require the Ukrainian Orthodox Church to change its name to indicate its ties to Russia.
Fighting broke out after Nestor Shufrych, a member of the Opposition Bloc, removed a poster from the podium which accused pro-Russian Ukrainian politician Viktor Medvedchuk of being an “agent” of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Mr Shufrych was then punched in the face by People’s Front politician Yuriy Bereza be...
Inuits blame spate of deaths on 'cursed' shipwreck of Franklin's doomed expedition
The doomed 1845 voyage of Sir John Franklin to the Northwest Arctic Passage was one of the greatest disasters of British polar history, ending in the deaths of 129 crewmen.
Now the Inuit community where the wreckage of the HMS Terror and its sister the Erebus were found say its curse has been reawakened - and is claiming lives in the tiny indigenous settlement.
Fear has gripped the remote Arctic settlement of Gjoa Haven, on Canada's King William Island, amid claims of "non-human" beings stalk...
Hungary protests spill into fifth day
Thousands of demonstrators gathered outside Hungary’s state broadcaster on Monday night in a fifth day of protests against Viktor Orban, the prime minister.
The protests were sparked by new laws that allow up to 400 hours of unpaid overtime, and delay payment of overtime for up to three years.
Demonstrators are also demanding less police overtime, an end to state corruption, an independent judiciary and a neutral state media.
The government has defended the law, saying it will ease the shorta...