Author Archives: Cressida O’Connor

Taking care of your safety on a night out is just like locking your front door; it’s not victim-blaming to advise that you do so

Cressida O’Connor explores the complicated position that alcohol inhabits in modern day rape cases.

The real architects of London’s filthy air aren’t private owners of diesel cars, but ancient and inefficient public service vehicles

Cressida O’Connor debates how far ordinary motorists are to blame for the UK’s increasingly worrying air pollution epidemic.