A measly 20-minute trip on i360 will set you back £15
The only way to halt the ageing process is to keep doing and seeing something different, even if you spend your time sitting in a queue
Australia’s ‘shark mitigation strategy’, which includes fitting electronic tags to the animals, is like trying to stem a flood with a straw
A ring can’t buy you faithfulness. I write this as someone who got engaged three times 45 years ago – and a fat lot of difference those rings made to the longevity of my relationships
Sod Tony Blair-style charisma and the cult of the passionate leader. Look where that got us...
The real shaggers these days are divorced middle-aged women, the fastest growing group of single mums
Edina and Patsy are monstrous creations, but from the outset their success was assured – women loved them for doing and saying all the things they were too scared to articulate
These are turbulent times. Who would you want to drive you through a blizzard, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?
When Sylvia told her mother what was happening, she was accused of making it up. The same thing happened to me
How long would George Osborne last in a Sports Direct warehouse?
I am a powerless zombie over this stupendously silly drama series with the wettest leading man on the box
Councils have shut one in seven public conveniences, but the people can’t just cross their legs and wait
I loathe the way Burnham has set out his stall by shamelessly resorting to the hackneyed cliché of a national cultural divide
At Cannes Martin Scorcese announced that he has raised money to make hitman movie The Irishman. Why do films in which men behave so repulsively achieve cult status?
More women in their forties are having babies, and this is not a problem. No one judges the 40-something dad, so why do they reserve their anger for the older mother?
In politics, unlike real life, changing your mind is seen as a sign of weakness, whereas women have known for years that compromise is a way of getting things done