We need to stop acting as though vicious gossip is in the public interest
Social media is addictive, and like all drugs, it's doing us more harm than good
The sex industry makes billions, but the Treasury don't see a penny of it
Generous and kind, but with a quick temper, the world-class architect and the legendary comedian had much in common
The Liberal Democrats have a chance to become the first British mainstream party with a distinctive policy that doesn’t play on the politics of fear
To find out if a beggar is genuinely desperate, try buying them a cup of coffee or a sandwich: nine times out of 10, they will be outraged
Whatever the reason, breeding is gradually losing its popularity
Let me state categorically: I adore meat. I love all vegetables and I eat any fish I catch. Anything that’s had a decent life, from grouse to cavalo nero, from my home-grown swedes to a locally reared, well-hung rib of beef, I will eat
If you care about saving the planet, what is the best diet? For years, smug vegans and vegetarians have asserted that they are the environmental warriors doing their bit to combat climate change.
Inuk was treated as the personal property of Emmanuel and Antan Edet, not brutal gangmasters controlling cockle pickers or agricultural workers but health professionals with well-paid jobs
Kids Company had come to dominate Alan’s life, and now it’s cost him a lucrative job
Faith schools are not interested in free debate, or explaining fundamental British values such as equality for all regardless of sexual orientation and gender
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According to Shelter, you need a salary of £50,000 in England and £77,000 in London to be able to afford one of them