Paul Morgan-Bentley is Head of Investigations at The Times and specialises in undercover work and in depth reporting. He has won the Cudlipp Award for campaigning journalism at the National Press Awards and is among the writers who have been shortlisted the most times for British Journalism Awards. Paul is also an advocate for men properly sharing responsibility for caring for their children. He lives in Buckinghamshire with his husband, Robin, and their son, Solly. His latest book, The Equal Parent, is published by Thread/Bookouture (Hachette).