Niamh McIntyre

the presidents club

Sexual Harassment Is All Too Common in Hospitality Work

The closing of the Presidents Club isn't enough to end an industry-wide problem.
Niamh McIntyre
1.25.18
abortion

Landmark Vote Will Stop Anti-Abortion Protesters From Harassing Women

For years, women visiting the Marie Stopes abortion clinic in Ealing, west London were targeted by demonstrators. Now politicians from the local council have taken action.
Niamh McIntyre
10.11.17
Broadly DK

Domestic Abuse Survivors Are Unjustly Locked Out of Voting in the UK Election

You need to register with your address in order to cast your ballot—and for hundreds of victims fleeing violence at home, that's simply out of the question.
Niamh McIntyre
5.16.17
uk

Domestic Abuse Survivors Are Unjustly Locked Out of Voting in the UK Election

You need to register with your address in order to cast your ballot—and for hundreds of victims fleeing violence at home, that's simply out of the question.
Niamh McIntyre
5.16.17
domestic violence

The Controversial Program Tackling Domestic Violence by Reaching Out to Abusers

The Domestic Violence Intervention Project works with domestic abusers to rehabilitate them. But at a time of harsh government cuts to women's services, not everyone is happy with their approach.
Niamh McIntyre
4.12.17
uk

'I Called Every Single Refuge': The Domestic Violence Victims with Nowhere to Go

Abuse survivors in London are desperate for help, but some boroughs have as little as six refuge beds to serve huge populations. Our Freedom of Information (FOI) investigation reveals the shocking lack of support in the city.
Niamh McIntyre
3.15.17
Broadly DK

The Domestic Violence Victims with Nowhere to Go

Abuse survivors in London are desperate for help, but some boroughs have as little as six refuge beds to serve huge populations. Our Freedom of Information (FOI) investigation reveals the shocking lack of support in the city.
Niamh McIntyre
3.15.17
News

The 24-Hour Tube Will Suck for London Underground Workers

The plan to "free the night" will come at a cost to the people who have to keep the system running.
Niamh McIntyre
7.8.15
News

Introducing Britain's First UKIP-Endorsing Gay Pub

We talked to the landlord of Wakefield gay pub the Harewood Arms about whether his decision to lend his bar to the right-wing group for party meetings might put some customers off.
Niamh McIntyre
4.7.15
tech

Instagram Art Is a Joke, and It's on You

A growing number of artists have turned to Instagram to make work aiming to unsettle our comfortable relationship with technology.
Niamh McIntyre
1.27.15