'Within hours of arriving, I was on a yacht with some investors, being asked to join the Freemasons'
Suggesting that you can work out whether a woman was raped by speaking to her ex-boyfriends is tantamount to saying that there are certain women who are ‘asking for it’ so much by their very character that they cannot be raped
You can’t have an isolationist policy on climate change, global terrorism, weapons deals, international cyber-crime, the Zika virus epidemic or the refugee crisis – and you can’t have an isolationist policy on birth
Everyone has Google, but not everyone has been given the tools to educate themselves. You might have missed the memo on the ins and outs of intersectionality if you didn’t have an expensive private education
It’s astounding to me that people can hear ‘Three-quarters of your society could be obese by 2035’ and react with: ‘This is clearly a problem at an individual level’
Sidebars of shame are usually the Daily Mail’s thing, but it’s good to see that the Sunday Times is muscling in on some of that action – because shaming women is a big job concerning half of the entire world’s population, so one newspaper can hardly be expected to answer that calling alone
Isn’t it nice when a billionaire tax-avoiding business magnate with a knighthood takes on a cruel and calculating powerhouse like Labour’s autocratically-minded leader of the opposition and wins?
Whether we take teenagers crippled by PTSD and shrapnel wounds or eight-year-olds who could beat Andy Murray at singles should be immaterial. This is a humanitarian crisis, not a Britain’s Got Talent-style audition process
'Listen to this: Britain has the lowest social mobility in the developed world,' David Cameron said in a speech five years after he became Prime Minister, which was about as encouraging as what May has said this week
May wants to stand up for the 'ordinary worker' and pull big business bonuses into line. I guess she forgot about the time she voted against creating jobs for young people using money from bankers' bonuses
Pistorius has slinked off to serve his slightly amended six-year sentence in a country where one man recently went down for 77 years for murder and “rhino horn theft”
Hot on the heels of 'Don't Be A Quitter' Dave and 'Stabbed In The Back' Boris, another politician leaves us to deal with the mess they created
I like the idea of opting in to a positive, forward-looking community that takes – and has taken – serious steps to affect climate change, animal welfare, employment rights and humanitarian responses to global conflicts
We find make-up for fair complexions that will go the distance this summer
A sick act demands a sick mind, surely? That seems reasonable until you follow your own logic down a rabbit-hole of unintended prejudice
Holly Baxter was at university when she realised that the way she processed information – namely, by seeing words as colours – was unusual. Here she speaks to fellow synaesthetes and learns more about how the complex condition affects the brain in different ways for different people