Paul McNamee
Paul McNamee is the first Editor to manage The Big Issue across all national and regional editions as well as online. A regular media commentator, Paul has been named Editor of the Year three times by PPA Scotland, and was named British Editor of The Year in 2013 and 2016 by the BSME (British Society of Magazine Editors).
Britain needs a proper solution to the energy crisis before it's too late
Paul McNamee

Britain needs a proper solution to the energy crisis before it's too late

This caretaker government shouldn't be sheltering from the storm
Paul McNamee

This caretaker government shouldn't be sheltering from the storm

With Westminster is in turmoil, who is left to govern?
10 downing st, general election
Paul McNamee

With Westminster is in turmoil, who is left to govern?

Michael Gove interview: Scottish independence 'would be vandalism'
Politics

Michael Gove interview: Scottish independence 'would be vandalism'

The loss of humanities courses like English literature will leave education in a poorer place
Paul McNamee

The loss of humanities courses like English literature will leave education in a poorer place

Rail strikes signal a growing roar of discontent our government won't be able to silence
Kings Cross station
Paul McNamee

Rail strikes signal a growing roar of discontent our government won't be able to silence

Exclusive: Michael Gove vows to help Grenfell victims bring criminal charges
A protester holds a sign saying 'justice for Grenfell'. Michael Gove has vowed to help victims bring prosecutions.
Grenfell

Exclusive: Michael Gove vows to help Grenfell victims bring criminal charges

The government's food strategy fails to join the dots of a global emergency
Wheatfields
Paul McNamee

The government's food strategy fails to join the dots of a global emergency

Coventry Cathedral is the symbol of healing we could all use right now
The Baptistry window at Coventry Cathedral
Paul McNamee

Coventry Cathedral is the symbol of healing we could all use right now

While celebrating her past, the Queen could change the UK's future
the queen
Paul McNamee

While celebrating her past, the Queen could change the UK's future

Maybe Liverpool fans wouldn't boo the national anthem if there was a level playing field
Paul McNamee

Maybe Liverpool fans wouldn't boo the national anthem if there was a level playing field

Poverty is being normalised. We can’t keep depending on good people to fix it. The government must act
Paul McNamee

Poverty is being normalised. We can’t keep depending on good people to fix it. The government must act