Category Archive: News

Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency

An article written for the fabulous Starburst Magazine. “We’re the guardians of Britishness on the show,” explains Sam Barnett – the actor bringing Dirk Gently to life in the latest adaptation of Douglas… Continue reading

Moving on: Have you considered management buyout options?

Written for Finance Wales. Business owners looking to move on or retire are increasingly opting for management buyout (MBO) options. This involves selling their company to an existing management team. This can involve… Continue reading

Cardiff-based software firm AMPLYFI leading the way in Deep Web AI technology

Written for Finance Wales The internet is a vast and largely untapped resource of data and information. With its leading software platform, DataVoyant, Welsh start-up AMPLYFI is revolutionising how we interact with the… Continue reading

‘A darkness that can swallow up your life’

I was recently asked to write an article about living with Bipolar Disorder by the excellent Time to Change Wales for the Western Mail. It was published a couple of weeks back. For… Continue reading

Ukraine Crisis: A new Cold War?

Masked men in militaristic uniforms pace in front of hastily erected barricades in the Eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. Meanwhile members of the Ukrainian navy call their loved ones from a ship surrounded… Continue reading

Is journalism more dangerous for women?

Are female journalists at greater risk of sexual violence than their male counterparts? Beautiful, dangerous, exciting – this is the picture Liz Perkins, defence correspondent for the South Wales Evening Post, paints of… Continue reading

Fifth of couples unhappy with wedding day services

Original story posted on Which,co.uk: Newlyweds could be losing out on thousands of pounds as they choose not to complain about poor wedding services, a new Which? survey has found.  Nearly one in… Continue reading

Two in five British consumers have complained about service in last year

Two in five British consumers have had to make a complaint about a service in the last 12 months, a new Which? survey has revealed. The most complained about sectors are broadband, mobile… Continue reading

Variations in student appeal deadlines under the spotlight

My story for Which? As thousands of students receive their final degree results, Which? is reminding students to check their university complaints and appeals policy before they find themselves out of time. Which?… Continue reading

Mobiles, gas and nuisance calls

Well I’ve been working for Which? magazine for a little over a month now, and thought it time to cross-post links to some of my stories! No gas for three weeks? No problem…… Continue reading