Emily Crews was born on Faslane naval base, spent ten years at a Catholic boarding school, then studied Psychology under Steve Reicher of Nudge Unit fame. She worked all over the UK, mainly in procurement, across many sectors, including the NHS. Then followed six years in France, under the Sarkozy and Hollande administrations. Mélomane, a keen amateur pianist, she’s the proud mother of three, one of them a cathedral chorister.
Awake since four weeks into lockdown, Emily went on Twitter, found Peter Hitchens, then met James Delingpole and was in his Telegram group for a while. Her highlight of the last few years is Ralph’s tour of Speakers’ Corner. Thankful to be out of procurement, she now writes in a commercial setting.