Pretty well everything I’ve had published recently:

17.12.19 The House The general election puts Scottish independence firmly back on the agenda

13.12.19 The Telegraph Mums exclude dads from the school WhatsApp group. Here’s why that matters

4.12.19 The Press and Journal This is supposed to be a Brexit election but meaningful debate on the issue is awfully thin on the ground

20.11.19 The Press and Journal Politicians who constrict dreams are bound to fail

7.11.19 The Press and Journal Swinson snub could backfire on big guns

23.10.19 The Press and Journal There is a party with all the answers on Brexit it turns out – a Roman toga party 

9.10.19 The Press and Journal Hide from reality if you must – but it will only hurt more when it bites

4.10.19 The Telegraph Mums and dads are actually alike: will this realisation be what changes working life forever?

25.9.19 The Press and Journal Online world has pushed politics off course

11.9.19 The Press and Journal When Boris is so bad he makes Corbyn look good the real losers are Labour

28.8.19 The Press and Journal If vegetables were the funniest thing at this year’s Fringe politicians were the most absurd

14.8.19 The Press and Journal The maths looks bad for Boris – but even worse for everyone else

31.7.19 The Press and Journal If Scotland is to be the climate emergency saviour it will take more than pointing fingers at London

17.7.19 The Press and Journal Minorities retort – why fans of Boris will have to answer for his populist schtick

3.7.19 The Press and Journal Fielding an expenses fiddler candidate is a new low for the Tories and for democracy

28.6.19 The Telegraph My daughter wasn’t allowed to play cricket with the boys, and it’s dampened her interest in sport

19.6.19 The Press and Journal How long before London’s token interest in Scotland comes home to roost?

14.6.19 The Book of Man The working dads revolution has already begun

5.6.19 The Press and Journal Tory tin men lacking heart offer no leadership hope to the party of the Iron Lady

22.5.19 The Press and Journal Farage is riding a wave of genuine anger but who will it sweep to real power?

8.5.19 The Press and Journal If the Red Wave was an Avengers movie, it would be lacking in save-the-day superheros

24.4.19 The Press and Journal Horsemeat pizza, John Curtice and the electioniest year in British history

4.4.19 The House ‘We can fix this’ – Labour’s John Healey on the housing crisis

27.3.19 The Press and Journal Politics is immature and unpalatable: could grown-up Lib Dems be the missing ingredient?

13.3.19 The Press and Journal Wildlife in its natural parliamentary habitat

27.2.19 The Press and Journal The birth of new hope? Why Tory MPs’ paternity leave plans may signal the start of a brighter party future

13.2.19 The Press and Journal We love it when a plan comes together but even the A-Team would struggle with this one

31.1.19 Helping working dads is good politics and economics

30.1.19 The Press and Journal Brexit on the rocks? Politics is best served neat not in fancy TV cocktails 

15.1.19 The New Statesman The Gillette ad campaign shows Piers Morgan is wrong – men are getting better

15.1.19 Total Politics If only Cameron and Osborne had listened to Scotland before Brexit

9.1.19 The Press and Journal A Penny for your thoughts; why my money is on Mordaunt as the one to watch in 2019

18.12.18 Total Politics Wither Vince Cable in the Brexit Maelstrom?

20.11.18 The New Statesman From Trident to Brexit, Nicola Sturgeon and Jeremy Corbyn could work well together

2.11.18 Press Association 8 simple steps towards shared parenting

4.10.18 The House Stewart McDonald: “We could have the first chance in British history to get rid of nuclear weapons. We’d be mad not to take it”

24.9.18 The Daily Telegraph Ban Homer Simpson from pre-watershed TV, for the sake of our children

20.9.18 The House Steve Rotheram: the most powerful Corbynista in the country?

19.9.18 The New Statesman The real reason the SNP won’t back a referendum on the Brexit deal

14.9.18 HuffPost Men Are Told Looking After Your Kids Full-Time Is Odd – We Have A Manifesto To Change That

12.9.18 The Book of Man Towards equal parenting (death to Daddy Pig)

12.8.18 The Book of Man Stillbirth and men: a socially unacceptable grief?

20.7.18 The House Rosena Allin-Khan: Gareth Southgate’s England have helped reclaim the St George cross from the far-right

19.7.18 The New Statesman SNP politicians are grumbling – but there’s nothing they can do about their main target

10.7.18 The Book of Man Boris Johnson is male entitlement made flesh

6.7.18 Total Politics Harry Kane could be Nicola Sturgeon’s secret weapon

5.7.18 The New Statesman The Brexiteers represent the four faces of toxic masculinity

6.6.18 The Book of Man Toxic Brexit: why Brexit is bad for men

21.5.18 Scottish independence is fading away just as it’s proved right

18.5.18 The House Victoria Atkins: “The domestic abuse bill will be a game-changer”

1.5.18 The House Baroness Tyler: How Cafcass went from ‘not fit for purpose’ to ‘outstanding

1.5.18 Total Politics Look north for signs of Lib Dem life beyond Vince

28.3.18 The New Statesman The SNP has a job opportunity. So why do none of the top talent want it?

27.3.18 Total Politics Here’s how a new centrist party happens

9.3.18 The House Norman Lamb: “The threat of getting Brexit wrong is very real”

21.2.18 Government u-turn on sex ed shows suffragette praise was just lip service

23.1.18 The New Statesman Why are SNP MPs rapping and handing out red cards at Westminster?

22.1.18 The House Maria Miller: “This fight for equality is far from finished”

23.11.17 Total Politics Treatment of Philip Hammond is like something from Blue Planet

16.11.17 The House Lifting the lid on the DUP

3.11.17 The New Statesman Why The Lego Ninjago Movie is the perfect Brexit parable

20.10.17 The New Statesman The next Scottish Labour leader will be the best at signing up new members

17.10.17 The House David Laws: “On education policy, influence can be just as important as decision-making”

6.10.17 Total Politics SNP conference will show who is serious in politics

5.10.17 The House Stephen Gethins: “People remaining in their own political silos just doesn’t work anymore”

5.10.17 The House Kirsty Blackman: “I wouldn’t describe myself as a rising star”

4.10.17 The New Statesman The Three Brexiteers? Apparently rabid Eurosceptics only count if they’re male

21.8.17 Total Politics Britain could end up like Venice if Brexiteers get their way

16.8.17 The New Statesman Alex Salmond made the worst joke and I for one feel sorry for him

23.7.17 Huffington Post ‘Shall I Get You One Of Those In Blue?’ How We Limit Our Children When We Label Their Gender

22.7.17 Scotland on Sunday How to rear heroes and heroines

19.7.17 Total Politics Jeremy Corbyn must choose his friends carefully

19.7.17 The New Statesman interview The Gender Agenda: is it possible to raise children free of sexist stereotypes?

16.7.17 The Sunday Express interview Parents challenging gender bias: I hope our Gender Agenda is enough to make people think

12.7.17 The New Statesman SNP MPs fear another snap election: “It was one-way traffic to Labour”

10.7.17 The Mirror “Why can’t our daughter be a superhero?” ask mum and dad trying to end gender stereotyping of kids

30.6.17 The House Ian Blackford: “I have no doubt Scottish independence will happen”

30.6.17 New Statesman The obsession with wearing ties in parliament shows our skewed priorities

22.6.17 The House ‘I need to find work’ – what happens next for defeated MPs

13.6.17 Total Politics  Ruth Davidson shouldn’t get cocky, it’s Theresa May wot won it.

6.6.17 The Staggers Can Jo Swinson win back East Dunbartonshire for the Lib Dems?

1.6.17 Total Politics Introducing the general election’s most unconventional candidates

30.5.17 The Staggers Labour is launching a stealthy Scottish comeback – thanks to Jeremy Corbyn and the Daily Mail

19.5.17 The House Band on the Run: Is this the end of MP4?

12.5.17 The Staggers Why expanding paternity leave is more radical than it seems

5.5.17 The Staggers Newspapers talking up a Tory surge in Scotland are missing the point

5.5.17 Total Politics The SNP are keen to see Ruth Davidson’s Tory revival

5.5.17 The House The result in Wales could hog the spotlight at the general election

21.4.17 The Staggers Brawl MP Eric Joyce: Don’t blame me for Brexit just because I headbutted a Tory 

20.4.17 The House What will the election result in Scotland mean for the battle between Sturgeon and May?

3.3.17 SNP mull Norway-style arrangement to solve their Brexit problem

2.12.16 International Business Times The SNP can teach Lib Dems a thing or two about getting back in the game