Laura Dodsworth

Laura Dodsworth is the author of A State of Fear, Bare Reality, Manhood and Womanhood, she has also written for The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday, The Guardian and Spiked. You can find her on Twitter at @BareReality

Has the partnership between Sky and the Behavioural Insights Team breached Ofcom’s Broadcasting Code?

Labour needs politicians with the balls — or ovaries — to speak the truth on women’s sex-based rights

Young people have suffered enough — don’t force them to have vaccine passports to do the things they enjoy

Author Laura Dodsworth on what she learnt while writing her new book, ‘A State of Fear’

The ideological significance of face masks, the new vestiture of the faithful

‘I can’t agree with Alistair Haimes that the arrival of vaccines should change how we feel about lockdowns’

Scars affect how we are seen and are often imbued with negative connotations – but instead of seeing a scar, can we see a story?

We are regularly told that Britain is on the brink of crises, but where is the evidence to support this?

Laura Dodsworth follows and photographs the guerrilla anti-lockdown campaign projected across London landmarks

Why the “Decade of Health” campaign has left the UK feeling cold