Paul McNamee
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).
Exclusive: Michael Gove vows to help Grenfell victims bring criminal charges
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
Opinion

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
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
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

The steps we can all take towards a deeper understanding
Paul McNamee

The steps we can all take towards a deeper understanding

Don’t delay the passport to prosperity
Paul McNamee

Don’t delay the passport to prosperity

Liam Gallagher’s hips and the politicians who won’t be here now
Paul McNamee

Liam Gallagher’s hips and the politicians who won’t be here now

Democracy isn’t working – but the power to change it lies with us
Opinion

Democracy isn’t working – but the power to change it lies with us

In a time of growing poverty, there is no reason to also foster a poverty of creativity
Opinion

In a time of growing poverty, there is no reason to also foster a poverty of creativity

When things look this dystopian, we should be more like Orwell
Opinion

When things look this dystopian, we should be more like Orwell