Catherine Pepinster

Catherine Pepinster is the editor of The Tablet, the Catholic weekly

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London gets a facelift at last

The new 'capital of cool' is in the throes of a building boom, writes Catherine Pepinster. And, for a change, it should make life better for all

From Moses to Superman: the Jewish Hot 100

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's that famous Jewish guy, Superman, writes Catherine Pepinster.

Two Marxes, but no Woody in the Jewish hot hundred

Houdini's in, Lenny Bruce is out. Catherine Pepinster on the first list of Judaism's great and good

Good schools make for even better house prices

League tables are fuelling the property boom by pinpointing places where the best state education can be found, writes Catherine Pepinster

There is a house in Lord North St

Catherine Pepinster reveals an address with a chequered history

Sunday - a great day for feeling suicidal

Sunday might once have been a day of rest, but it has turned into the day of dread, say the Samaritans.

In a small town, where the Tories and masons hold sway

Freemasons who sat on a council's planning committee have been found guilty of malpractice after a lengthy inquiry by the local-government ombudsman.

Tunnel repairs will take three months

The Channel Tunnel will not be fully operational for at least three months because part of it will have to be rebuilt following the fire that broke out in a freight train last Monday.

High Street falls to foreign stores invasion

Catherine Pepinster reports on why international retailers are flocking to set up shop in the UK

Women tell Gazza: play on, but don't hit Sheryl

England's selection of Paul Gascoigne to play in yesterday's international - just days after he assaulted his wife - has won the support of the nation's women despite the attack, according to a MORI poll for the Independent on Sunday.
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