At first, Jeremy Clay wanted to be a soldier. A war hero. The kind of steel-
But after losing a primary school fight to a younger kid who grew up to be a poet, he quietly changed tack.
In his early 20s he set out on a short but satisfying career as a layabout, which segued neatly into a stint in an also-
Jeremy has been a journalist since the mid-
He also covered global news stories. He reported on the handover of Hong Kong, for instance, albeit from a suburban front garden in the Midlands, where a Union flag was being solemnly lowered by a man who had once lived in the Far East.
Jeremy has been a features writer and a TV critic and is the author of two books: Leicester Til We Die, the story of the emotionally-
He is a dad-