Ruth Davidson, Mental Health and Tory Policy

Co-authored with ‘Irene Sutcliffe’ On 16 September, the Sunday Times published an interview with the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson. The piece was both about Davidson’s private and public lives (the two can’t really be separated, not in her line of work): her pregnancy and the importance to her and her partner ofContinue reading “Ruth Davidson, Mental Health and Tory Policy”

On Being Weak

[Content note: mental illness, suicidal thoughts, self-harm] Can I make a confession? It’s not exactly an original one, and the experiences it concerns are anything other than unique. Perhaps it isn’t much of a confession, given how many people – although I’m thinking primarily of men here – have said something similar before me. IContinue reading “On Being Weak”