Meet The Team

Dan Roberts: Managing Director

Dan is a Masters student at the University of Birmingham, chair of Worcestershire Young Labour and the local Unite the Union branch. He currently lives in Malvern and is a Town Councillor there.

Mattie Osborne: Lead Editor

Mattie is a MA Student studying at Coventry University studying Global Journalism & PR. They work outside of the blog as a freelance journalist and local LGBTQ+ activist as Bromsgrove Labour Party’s LGBTQ+ Officer

Dan Knight: Contribution Editor

Dan has lived, studied, and worked in Worcester for most of his life, in fields from retail to IT. He is currently working as a freelance writer and editor.

Harrison Clarke: Politics Editor

Harrison is an activist and Labour Councillor from Bromsgrove. He has been an advocate for action on climate change and author of a Green New Deal policy pamphlet for the town.

Rachael Baylis: Contributor

Rachael has grown up in and around Worcestershire all her life and currently studies Politics, Philosophy and Ethics at University of Brighton. She is an activist for the climate, the Labour Party, anti-racist causes and organised 2 of the climate strikes in Worcester since 2019.

Reed James: Contributor

Reed is currently studying health and social care and regularly volunteers at their local foodbank

James Linsey: Contributor

James was born and raised in Worcester and graduated from the University of Worcester with a BA Honours degree in Journalism in 2015.

Liam Carroll: Contributor

Liam is currently studying A-Levels in History, Geography and Health and Social Care.  He grew up in the Wyre Forest area and has recently returned to the area where he has become a member of the Kidderminster Labour Party.

Mia Stevens: Contributor

Mia has lived in Worcester all her life and has been a member of the Mid Worcestershire Labour party for just over a year now. She studied English Lit, History and Textiles at Worcester Sixth Form College and will be starting her BA degree in English Literature at the University of Bristol in September.  

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