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Writers and editors on TheWeek.co.uk

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Holden Frith became digital director of The Week in 2018, after a five-year stint as editor of TheWeek.co.uk. He also writes about food and travel. Before joining The Week, he had worked for The Times, The Sunday Times and Wired.

Kari Wilkin has been production editor at TheWeek.co.uk since 2017, after moving across from The Week magazine. She began her career in newspapers and was a sub-editor at The Sun, followed by stints at glossier titles including Women’s Health and Elle.

Hollie Clemence is news editor for TheWeek.co.uk. She joined the team in 2011 after working as a reporter for Jane’s Police Review and has written for a range of publications and websites including TheTimes.co.uk. Find her on Twitter @hollieclemence.

Joe Evans is the world news editor of TheWeek.co.uk. He joined the team in 2019 having previously written from Southeast Asia before reporting on the UK and Ireland as a freelance journalist for German newspapers and magazines. Find him on Twitter @joeevanswrites.

Mike Starling is sports editor of TheWeek.co.uk. He has covered major sporting events around the world having lived and worked in the UK, Australia and the United Arab Emirates. Find him on Twitter @MikeJStarling.

Chas Newkey-Burden writes regularly for The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, Indy Voices, Metro and Four Four Two. He’s the author of several non-fiction books, including Running: Cheaper than Therapy and 64 Geeks. Find him on Twitter and Instagram @allthatchas.

Neil Davey is a London-based freelance journalist, author and occasional broadcaster, who writes (mostly) about food, drink and travel. As well as contributing to The Week Portfolio, Neil’s work has appeared in National Geographic Traveller, The Guardian and The Telegraph. Find him on Twitter and Instagram @DineHard

Elizabeth Winding lives in London, and writes about food, travel, culture and design. As a contributor to The Week Portfolio, she’s got wired on Cuban coffee in Miami, bought ketchup made by monks in Skiathos, and discovered the best hummus in Tel Aviv. Her work has also appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, the Telegraph and High Life magazine.

Megan Roberts is a freelance travel journalist. From the North Pole to the British Virgin islands, she’s mainly found off the beaten track. Find her on Instagram @meg_roams.

Fergus Scholes is a freelance travel journalist who is most at home when rowing the Atlantic, running a 300km ultra marathon or spending the day on his road bike. Find him on Instagram @adventureferg.

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