Stefano Hatfield

Stefano Hatfield is editor-in-chief of high50.com

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From ‘tweenage’ mothers to Mods and Rockers, it's all too easy to demonise the young

From the 12-year-old mum to Mods and Rockers, there's always an excuse for alarmists to get on their high horse

Ten times more patients will have access to extended GP opening hours, the Government claimed yesterday, as part of changes to a scheme designed to improve patient care in the community

Hurrah! Politicians listening to what the public wants

Whether the GP 'Challenge Fund' actually works is another matter

The traditional working week has changed over the years, so it makes sense to extend Sunday trading hours

There's no point maintaining the status quo from an era pre-internet-shopping

Vanessa Baffoe in the London Live studio

We believe London Live will help kick-start a television revolution

Tomorrow the station goes live... here's why you should tune in

Vanessa Baffoe in the London Live studio

New TV channel London Live is born

The capital’s first 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week television channel, launches on Monday. Its editorial director, Stefano Hatfield, explains its hopes and aims – and suggests what to look out for

Twitter’s error message comes up – with the Turkish flag

Bingo! Embracing social media can be an advantage

If you ever doubted that social media could be used to your advantage as a way of fighting back against “the machine” then this was the week that proved it.

Can you ever justify a £1million salary?

If you come from nothing, you always want something more. That’s why you work so hard: to create a better life for you and yours

The real mystery is how placidly we accept the scandal of bankers' bonuses

It's a subject the Government wants everyone to forget about

You cannot ignore the capital’s growing influence

It's not long until our new channel, London Live, launches

Girls can play any sport and look ‘radiant and gorgeous’ - but it shouldn't be a requirement for taking part

If everyone calmed down a little perhaps they could see Helen Grant's point

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