Rosie Boycott is a journalist and the first female editor of two national broadsheets. In 1971 she co-founded the influential feminist magazine Spare Rib, from 1992 to 1996 she edited the men's magazine Esquire. She is a former editor of The Independent, The Independent on Sunday and the Daily Express.
As Ken Loach's film on post-war Britain shows, the Spirit of ’45 has been lost in our age of austerity
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The post-war Britain we really were "all in it together". The new government transformed Britain into a fairer society where social mobility prevailed
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