Geraldine Bedell

Geraldine Bedell is the editor of Gransnet

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I'm still here, my dear

Profile: Barbara Castle; Symbol of Labour's glory-days, the tiny warrior is not finished yet

A square peg on the right; profile; George Walden

A Tory MP against private education? Geraldine Bedell on an independent thinker

Marriage: why do we still bother?

After all, it's absurdly quick, it makes little legal difference and it often doesn't last. Geraldine Bedell reports

Marriage: why do we still bother?

After all, it's absurdly quick, it makes little legal difference and it often doesn't last. Geraldine Bedell reports

BBC's good sport

Profile: Desmond Lynam; They all love Des. Geraldine Bedell on the commentator who knows it's a game

Too big for his ads: profile: Tony Kaye

Loose cannon or the genius he says he is? Geraldine Bedell on a restless talent

Their bedtime, our business sioness ness a matter for all is our concern businees Bedtime is evesss business

The liberal left is wrong on curfews, argues Geraldine Bedell defending Jack Straw's proposal

how unlike the life of our own dear queen

It isn't just the Queen who celebrates her 70th birthday today. Geraldine Bedell meets Heri; Majesty's contemporary, Mary Leigh, whose life, though rather less glorious, has arguably been happier

Can we face any more?; profile; The Duchess of York

Idle, extravagant and indulged, she failed to be royal.
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