Dawn Foster is a London-based journalist, broadcaster and author. A staff writer for Jacobin magazine, she spent several years working at the Guardian newspaper before freelancing full-time.
She has also written for The Independent, The Times and The London Review of Books. She regularly appears as a political commentator on BBC's Newsnight and Sky News.
The author of two books - Lean Out (2016) and Where Will We Live? - a commentary on Britain’s housing crisis, she has covered issues of inequality, poverty, economics, politics and women’s rights.
In this interview, Dawn speaks to Seán Mac Brádaigh about the increasing speculation, since Brexit, of the potential breakup of the political entity known as the United Kingdom.