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Motherwell is a beautifully written – if frustrating – portrait of a quintessential Seventies working-class childhood.
Public life in Britain is dominated by the privately educated. What can be done to change a system that favours the children of the affluent?
The problem with Rebel Prince is that the author’s hatred of Prince Charles renders every titbit credibility lite.
The magazine mogul is a diamond of a woman – but also an industrial tool, drilling her way up.
Allison Pearson's new novel is the sequel to 2003 bestseller I Don’t Know How She Does It.
The truth is I don’t want to be a full-time carer, any more than I wanted to be a full-time mother. And I don’t want to live with my ma any more than she wants to live with me.
When we hatched Lenin under our broody hen, we had to idea what was to come.
Telling Tales by Janice Turner.
The Having It All trope won’t go away. It’s the Gordian knot of gender relations, and doesn’t it bore you silly?