Originally from the West Country, Jack Hurley is a Leeds-based writer and former mental health professional whose perhaps unhealthy obsessions with the BBC's Question Time has helped him carve a niche in the blogosphere (http://questionabletime.com/). When not engaged in Photoshopping the same picture of David Dimbleby into progressively more farcical scenarios, Hurley can be found playing guitar in “Leeds' most random looking band”.
Yes, Helen Flanagan's meltdown on I'm a Celeb is sad. But the reality of mental illness is much sadder
28 November 2012 04:42 PM
Don't be fooled by these celebrity traumas. The camera-friendly "meltdowns" on reality TV reinforce unhelpful stereotypes about mental health
Ed Miliband says he wants to reform mental health care. My years on the front line make me sceptical
30 October 2012 12:51 PM
The Coalition's programme of cuts have had a disproportionate effect on the mentally ill and it will take more than words to fix that
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