An event exploring one of the most vicious debates of our time, one that has ripped the feminist community apart and deeply divided society — what is it that makes a woman, a woman? Paris Lees cancelled last minute because she refused to share a platform with one of the other panellists. The floor got heated. It was pretty punchy for a Sunday afternoon. With... Jane Fae, LGBT campaigner
Sophia Blackwell, lesbian poet & feminist warrior
Katie Glass, Sunday Times columnist an
Has the revolution in work made fools of us all? With former Special Assistant to the President of the United States for Economic Policy Pippa Malmgren; economist, blogger and activist Dr Faiza Shaheen; and writer, strategist and former digital editor for Newsweek and the New Statesman Serena Kutchinsky. On one side of the coin, the side of the coin most often shown, we have the prevailing bright and promising narrative. The one that posits now as the greatest time to work re
Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now? Serena Kutchinsky - Rebecca Nicholson - Andy Zaltzman. Three expert voices from the new, the established, and the satirical news worlds, shine a light on the tangled way in which the referendum has been covered, and try to give us something to work with. Newsweek’s digital editor Serena Kutchinsky chairs a discussion with editor-in-chief of VICE UK Rebecca Nicholson, and John Oliver’s writing partner, the comedian Andy Zalzman from The Bugle.
The #7 Edition business section brings together two former bigwigs in an extended Q&A to see whether between us we can iron out a legible argument. Stepping in for Vince Cable is Ross Ashcroft - Renegade Economist, filmmaker and journalist. He is joined by Newsweek's Digital Editor Serena Kutchinsky, and Vicky Pryce - the former Joint Head of the Government Economic Service, and author of Prisonomics. #RenegadeEconomist #RossAshcroft #VickyPryce #SerenaKutchinsky