Monthly Archives: July 2012

On sluts, salsa and loneliness

This is a touching, brave or self-indulgent piece, depending on your point of view. Funny, I have for a long time considered myself an expert on loneliness, what it feels like, what it does to you, ways of dealing with it, … Continue reading

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Scarred For Life

Had a brush with celebrity last week; bought myself a rare theatre ticket to a West End adaptation of ex Labour MP Chris Mullin’s political diaries “A Walk On Part” and guess who was taking questions on stage beforehand? The … Continue reading

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Invest in scrubbers? You can’t be serious!

There’s something very disingenuous about this article – or is it just plain deceitfulness? Here’s the headmaster of a top fee-paying school lamenting the fact that his fellow-private sector colleagues won’t do more to support the state education sector in … Continue reading

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