Rosie Millard

Rosie Millard is a British journalist.

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Election 2015 results: A brutal night that laid bare the disunity of the United Kingdom

Scotland has spoken its mind – but so has England

How the French stay so slim while we British balloon can’t ever be reconciled

I put the irritating French capacity to remain slender down to two things: home cooking and vanity

The plan could lead to up to 15,000 people being operated on annually

The obesity crisis affects the whole of Europe... apart from France

How do they do it? The eating of a daily baguette in Paris is akin to a national duty

A visitor takes a close look at Jean-Honore Fragonard's ‘Young Woman’ and its replica (on right)

The two universal truths of visiting art galleries, as proved by one simple game

What fun, a contest to find a fake!

Thatcher as a role model for young women? It may not be as desperate as you would think

The key things about role models is that in order to use them properly you don’t have to emulate them, know them or even particularly like them

From Sam Smith to Taylor Swift, candyfloss pop perfectly reflects the selfie generation

But come on Damon, there was also quite a lot of rubbish back in those days

If older women look good it’s not because of their make-up

Older women apparently spend more on cosmetics, but don't think it's because they've been looking jealously at 'beauty ambassadors' like Tilda Swinton

Fresh kebabs cooking on the grill

Should we really start gobbling kebabs if we want to avoid a dementia diagnosis?

I can’t help feeling that there needs to be quite a lot more thinking about the supposed benefits of certain foods

Taste test: Rosie Millard and her father John examine the M&S meals

Many elderly people turn to ready meals, but can they compete with a proper dinner?

The ready-meal industry is now worth £2.3bn a year, thanks in part to elderly shoppers who feel too tired to cook. As Marks and Spencer launches a new range catering to 'mature' tastes, Rosie Millard and her father, John, 83, take part in a taste test
British values teaching plans are too narrow, says Church

If only every state grammar school would try to level their admissions playing field

In Birmingham is a significant educational institution not resting on its boater and laurels

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