Kayleigh Dray

Kayleigh Dray is Stylist’s digital editor-at-large. Her specialist topics include comic books, films, TV and feminism. On a weekend, you can usually find her drinking copious amounts of tea and playing boardgames with her friends.

Belly Mujinga: Tens of thousands of people gather in Hyde Park to protest against the abuse of the rights of Black people across the world and to call for an end to systemic racism and police brutality on 03 June, 2020

Over a million people have signed the ‘Justice for Belly Mujinga’ petition

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    Ellen Pompeo wants to know why police are carrying machine guns at anti-racism protests

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    Life

    30 things to watch on Netflix that put black people front and centre

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    Life

    The 17 best true crime documentaries on Netflix

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Queer Eye season 5: production still of Fab Five
Life

This is the one Queer Eye S5 episode you need to watch

If you don’t have time to binge all 10 episodes, make a start with this one...

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Chernobyl - HBO and Sky Original
Life

“I watched this record-breaking TV show, and it triggered my nucleomituphobia”

Chernobyl leads the field at this year's Bafta Television Awards, with 14 nominations, but it’s basically a real-life horror movie.

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Life

The star sign dates have changed, according to NASA

The stars have shifted – which means your horoscope isn’t what you think it is...

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A protester holds a sign with an image of George Floyd during a peaceful demonstration over George Floyd’s death outside LAPD headquarters on June 2, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.
People

“He will never see her grow up”: mother of George Floyd’s daughter gives moving speech

“He was good. No matter what anybody thinks, he was good.”

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The most powerful photos from London’s anti-racism protest

Thousands of people have marched across the city in protest after George Floyd’s death at the hands of a white police officer.

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People

Clara Amfo’s powerful Radio 1 statement has gone viral – and we all need to listen to it

The presenter broke down as she told listeners how her mental health has been impacted by George Floyd’s murder at the hands of a white police officer.

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Coronavirus lockdown: 7 things I really hope we remember when this is all over
Life

“7 things I really hope we remember when lockdown is over”

The coronavirus lockdown has taught us some invaluable life lessons, including how much we have, how little we need, and the value of human contact.

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Larry Nassar (accused of sexually assaulting more than 150 girls and young women while he was a physician for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University) is led from the courtroom after being sentenced by Judge Janice Cunningham to 40 to 125 years in prison for three counts of criminal sexual assault in Eaton County Circuit Court on 5 Feb 2018 in Charlotte, Michigan.
Life

The vital Netflix documentary we all need to sit up and pay attention to

The fallout from the Larry Nassar scandal sent shockwaves through the gymnastics world. And, as Athlete A’s release shows, the conversation is far from over.

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Normal People: the beach is in Sligo, Ireland
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Normal People fans are extremely divided over season 2

Warning: this article contains spoilers for Normal People, so proceed with caution if you haven’t seen all 12 episodes yet.

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Tendaiishe Chitima, the lead actress in the Zimbabwean film Cook Off, poses for a portrait at her home in Sandton on May 28, 2020. - Cook Off will be available to stream on Netflix on June 1, 2020
Life

Stop what you’re doing and watch Netflix’s record-breaking rom-com

Cook Off is making serious waves on Twitter… and for good reason, too.

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People

Lizzo’s emotional video about US protests reminds us “the real story is not being told”

“Black people are tired,” she says tearfully. “We are so tired.”

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How we can all be better allies in the fight against racism

We, as white people, need to be better allies. That much is clear. So how can we do that?

Emilia Clarke poses on the red carpet
People

Emilia Clarke’s horror anthology just dropped on Amazon Prime

And the trailer is… well, it’s something else.

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People

Jameela Jamil is sick of celebrities “gaslighting” people over police brutality

“Until we see appropriate justice served to the MURDERING, abusive bad cops, I just don’t feel like hearing about the good cops.”

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Life

The 11 best things to watch on Amazon Prime this June

From Dating Amber to El Presidente.

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Normal People fans, now Marianne’s fringe has its own Instagram account

And it’s inspiring a lot of people to cut their own bangs in lockdown...

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Netflix: Cursed - June 2020
Life

We’re calling it: Netflix’s June 2020 line-up is the best one yet

The streaming platform is here to save our summers with a plethora of unmissable films and TV shows... including the much-anticipated final season of Dark.

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A still from K-drama Revolutionary Love on Netflix
Life

Netflix’s Revolutionary Love is the frothy rom-com you’ve been dreaming of

Say hello to your classic tale of ‘boy meets girl’, with a twist...

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How to make your own elderflower cordial from scratch

It’s elderflower season, so it’s time to get foraging…

Karen Gillan and Awkwafina attend the international junket of "Jumanji: The Next Level" at Montage Los Cabos on 23 November 2019 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. (Photo by Victor Chavez/Getty Images)
People

Awkwafina and Karen Gillan’s new film is 100% a bit of you

This Mean Girls/The Bodyguard hybrid is definitely going on our must-watch list.

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