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
Our obsession with sexuality is dimming our ability to respond to great art and enjoy it for what it is
The British fashion industry inspires the rest of the world - why has Kate decided to dress so plainly on the Royal trip?
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
By championing bikes to such a ludicrous level, as his “legacy” project, Boris is as blinkered as the car lobby and lorry drivers
A coffee house is not a destination of choice to spend hours of enjoyment. It’s been reduced to a calling point, where busy people queue to get fuel, leaving clutching huge containers of liquid as if they were badges of merit
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