Emily Wheeler

Covid passports: a good thing or restricting our rights to freedom?

As vaccines continue to be distributed in the UK, it begs the question: are we a step closer to returning to a normal society? Emily Wheeler discusses why she believes the introduction of vaccine passports would be regressive. Read more

Louis Sanderson: Youngest Labour party candidate in Cornwall

Across Cornwall, local election candidates have been preparing and promoting themselves for the polls May 6. Emily Wheeler spoke to Louis Sanderson, the Prospective Labour Candidate for Torpoint, South East Cornwall to talk all things Labour, the local elections and inspiring the youth. Read more

We shouldn’t have to beg for men to stand with us

A survey conducted by UN Women UK shows that 97% of women aged between 18-24 have all experienced sexual harassment in public spaces. Emily Wheeler reveals her personal experiences and discusses how our culture needs to change. Read more

Domestic abuse: Charities report surge in cases in pandemic

Reports released by Women's Aid and ManKind reveal that instances and the severity of domestic abuse have increased since the first lockdown. Emily Wheeler investigates what the impact has been, nationwide and in Cornwall Read more

A mega £2.5m raised for new Cornwall Air Ambulance

Since launching the appeal in April 2018, Cornwall Air Ambulance has reached it's £2.5m target to fund new life saving helicopter. Read more

Bait’s BAFTA win for Cornwall

Cornwall has secured a big win at the BAFTAs, thanks to Bait, the low budget black and white movie, which has coming to be the most successful film created by a Cornish writer, director and cast, in less than two months of being screened in cinemas. Read more

Olympic decision time for Salah

Egyptian Olympics Coach has confirmed that the forward will likely be named in the squad for the upcoming tournament. Read more