Rachel Cunliffe

Why has the Prime Minister waded into a fight about chocolate eggs?

4 April 2017 16:19

Cadbury has changed the name of its annual ‘Easter Egg Trail’ to ‘Cadbury’s Great British Egg Hunt’, callously dropping any…

The flight ban for laptops is a classic protectionist scheme

22 March 2017 11:32

First they came for your nail scissors, then your liquids, and now they’re after your electronics. The news this week…

In defence of compulsory sex education

2 March 2017 15:59

There are two ways to protect children from the damaging and misleading depictions of sex they get from online pornography.…

Uber has become the labour market’s scapegoat

28 January 2017 9:00

The offensives against Uber are coming thick and fast. In October, a UK court ruled against the ride-sharing giant in…

Politics can be sexist, but Arlene Foster was wrong to play the misogyny card

5 January 2017 17:13

Let’s say you’re a rising minister put in charge of the department for enterprise. You have the great idea to…

Uber is useful, convenient and safe. How can TfL justify cracking down on it?

1 October 2015 10:43

Oh, Transport for London. How could you? That was my reaction when I read the plans to crackdown on Uber…