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I am a journalist from London who has previously worked at publications including The Times and CNN International. You can see a small selection of my work either below, by using the menu above right, or by following me on Twitter here.

Recent articles

Alec Baldwin: ‘Trump is the first presidential candidate made from hate’, Daily Telegraph
Meet the women who kill lions, Daily Telegraph
Tyra Banks: ‘I’ve always wanted to adopt’, Daily Telegraph

Inside Pixar: how the giants of animation make a movie
Diary of a Glastonbury first-timer, The Times
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How to save American healthcare
99% of women don’t regret their abortions
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Meet the female codebreakers of WWII
The teens making millions on their lunch break
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Top 10 climate change campaigns
Turning around the life of a child slave
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¬† ¬†Please Scotland, don’t break up with England
An ebola reality check
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What the three women party leaders really want
FGM survivor: ‘I prayed to God to take me’
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Back on the comedy circuit: the funny old men who can still stand up
The death of an intern must herald reform of the industry
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Is syphilis the new skinny jeans?
Hipster break up video goes viral
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    1. Me too – so keen to get out there and do something that I KNOW is real! We all joke how Philosophy is such a terrible degree, really not a vocational course at all. Studying at Exeter which is lots of fun – very much Analytic Philosophy. We’re studying Transhumanism this term, which at first was pretty spooky but it’s actually super duper interesting! My dissertation will be a laugh, though – Schopenhauer on normative ethics. Gripping stuff.

  1. Charlotte! It’s Philip from the Blanks. Hey I just read your interview of us (“Firing Blanks”) and may I just say you smashed it. I think that means “really good”. Even though you gave some of my funny lines to Sam.
    But the point is, I thought the interview was fun and excellent and it’s obvious you have wonderful comedic timing. Now, was that you who came up to us in the bar the other day and introduced yourself so personably? If so, I hadn’t read the review yet, so please excuse me if I didn’t gush as much as I would’ve, in retrospect, liked to. Cheers – Philip

    1. Hi Philip – yes, that was me, and please don’t worry about gushing! I’m just glad you enjoyed the piece, I had a lot of fun writing it (and talking to you both, of course). Hope the show is going well thus far and I’m sure I’ll bump into you guys again at some point over the next few weeks! x

  2. Dear Charlotte,

    Interested in your piece in the Ham & High about children’s grief. Well done.

    You might like to know what our team did . We researched what over 100 people ( who lost one or both parents before the age of 16) wished they knew from or about their dead parent which might have helped them at the time of death and beyond. We then took the results and made a free question-prompting video-recording app so people can leave messages for after death – for fun, for free, for legacy. Supported by a board of doctors teachers hospice staff and lawyers, our dream is that every parent record something for their children – just in case. Wishes with wings on, Do contact me if you’d like to know more.
    Gaby Eirew
    RecordMeNow.org

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