Profile: Caitlin Logan

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Columnist

Caitlin Logan is a freelance journalist and columnist, with bylines in The National/Sunday National, Bella Caledonia and The Ferret. She often writes about equalities, human rights, social justice and politics in Scotland and the UK. She also works in the voluntary sector, focusing on poverty and inequality. Previously, she has been editor of the magazine of a national charity and a staff reporter for CommonSpace.

Latest articles from Caitlin Logan

Caitlin Logan: Alba are clinging to the past at the expense of the future
The Tories still plan on scrapping Universal Credit, despite pushback by charities
Scotland should seize this chance to lead the way, not wait for the Tories
'It begs the question, if Douglas Ross is that clueless about this, what else is he mind-blowingly ignorant about?'
None more than women and girls will suffer at the hands of the Taliban in Afghanistan
'It seems that concerns raised by those outside of the establishment are much easier for the BBC to dismiss'
Boris Johnson with Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin, a strong supporter of his Brexit project
All five of Scotland's elected political parties have committed to banning conversion therapy
Official statistics show that the number of abortions has risen at a much higher rate among women with two children since the two-child policy was introduced
The world of Downton Abbey was created by a Conservative peer. Photo: ITV/PA