Lydia Morrish

United Kingdom

Lydia is a staff journalist at WikiTribune, where she writes about politics, women’s rights, inequality, the politics of sex and more. Previously she headed up the women’s rights and political content at Konbini for over two years. In 2016, she made ‘Building Big’, a documentary about bigorexia and male body image. Her work has also been published in Dazed & Confused, Refinery29, Vice, Lyra, Banshee and Buffalo Zine. She is based in London.

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  1. The business opportunities of blockchain Removed unwanted spacing at end
  2. Russia vetoes Syria probe, Fixed formatting
  3. UN pleads for end to Yemen blockade, Hariri due to fly to France Fixing US spelling, fixing formatting
  4. What’s Universal Credit and why has it been controversial? Tidy
  5. UN pleads for end to Yemen blockade, Hariri due to fly to France New URL, new image
  6. UN pleads for end to blockade on Yemen, Da Vinci painting sells for $450m Tweaks
  7. UN pleads for end to blockade on Yemen, Da Vinci painting sells for $450m Update
  8. What’s Universal Credit and why has it been controversial? Added basic income
  9. Australians want marriage equality after passionate campaigns on both sides Corrected spelling in standfirst
  10. Kensington council responds to Grenfell Tower: ‘We are doing everything in our power’ Updated link to other Grenfell report
  11. ‘We’re just Grenfell’: the volunteers holding the community together Added new link to other Grenfell piece
  12. Kensington council responds to Grenfell Tower: ‘We are doing everything in our power’ New death toll
  13. ‘We’re just Grenfell’: the volunteers holding the community together New death toll
  14. Australians want marriage equality after passionate campaigns on both sides Changing image credit, adding story type
  15. What’s Universal Credit and why has it been controversial? Fixed formatting
  16. Translations Accepting edit
  17. Australia opts for marriage equality after emotional build-up Bold intro, tag

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