Articles by Grace Holliday
Always Christmas and never winter: why we should resist the high street's early start to the festive season
Grace Holliday / November 18, 2019
It's not Christmas yet—so why is half the high street already acting as if it is?
Grace Holliday / August 5, 2019
Research shows that people are less and less bothered by swearwords—instead, it's slurs that are most likely to cause offence. Is it time us Brits (and the Americans watching our TV shows) got over...
My husband laughed when his boss accidentally called him "Medusa"—but being asked to change your name at work is anything but funny
Grace Holliday / May 23, 2019
New research by law firm Slater and Gordon has found that nearly one in three ethnic minority employees have been told to adopt a ‘western work name’ by their boss
Grace Holliday / November 1, 2018
Channel 4's decision to move their headquarters to Leeds is encouraging. But the UK needs a bigger infrastructure overhaul—one which eradicates the notion that London is where real success happens