Archives for posts with tag: Politics

Learning about parliament and the government and finding it so ridiculously interesting.

Rowan’s – Mario Kart and kareoke with my cousin’s friends.

Having my cousin come to stay afterwards. Via cheesy chips. Very drunk cheesy chips.


Voting. Twice. Shut up, one was a proxy. Labour, obviously.

Doing a headstand. Twice.

Booking flights to Spain for our holiday in August.

Going to the anti Trump rally. It’s such a great feeling when people come together to do something good.

The excellent display of signs. 

Chanting ‘you can’t build a wall, with hands so small’.

Homemade brownie from my housemate. The perfect day for that to happen. Thank you Ivan.

The WEN talk: what’s feminism got to do with the environment? I particularly loved Judy Ling Wong. 

My fabulous sister in law. Sending me positive messages about shit heads being shit and making shitty decisions.

The scariest pumpkin of them all 🇪🇺

New trainers.

A good deed. £5 well spent.


The Love London No Place For Hate people at the station this morning.
A really sweet thank you and well wishes card from Bez, my favourite volunteer.
New bra.


An odd but delicious dinner
Political chats with mum. ‘I want to cut Boris’s balls off!’
And the messages that I could send afterwards. Mum friends.


The smart little Apple keyboard. It makes a nice noise.
Coming home to a beer and a chat in the garden.
Flatmate reunion in the kitchen with pyjamas bottoms and politics. And orange juice.


The very tall man trying to avoid the doors on the tube.
A Yard Sale Pizza for dinner.
Voting. Please god let us stay in.


Colour by numbers vulva by Jo Harrison at WoW
Sophie Walker’s speech for Mayor. She’s so so brilliant.
Dinner date with Jonny. Spent way too much money but it was worth every penny. Such a babe.


Caitlin Moran and her Moranifesto.
The camel toe and all the hilarious signing.
Walking from Old Street, just because. I love walking through London. I love knowing my way through London.

P.s. Happy International Women’s Day


A lovely email from my lovely mum

Actually spending my evening doing the things I meant to do, rather than sacking them off and doing nothing. Feeling pretty smug right now.

This amazing video from an MP in New Zealand on gay marriage.