Joanna Biggs is an assistant editor at the London Review of Books, where she has reported on the student movement, changes to legal aid, the recession seen from Middlesbrough and censorship in China.
She was born in London and read English and French at St Peter's College, Oxford University and Queen Mary, University of London.
Her first book All Day Long: A Portrait of Britain at Work was published in 2015.
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