Stefano Hatfield

Stefano Hatfield is editor-in-chief of high50.com. Former editorial director at London Live TV; ex-editor of i, thelondonpaper, Metro USA,

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Lowering the age of consent won't help teenagers

But there is certainly a need for more debate around teen sexuality

7 November 2013: Prince Harry salutes as he stands with Prince Philip during a visit to the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey. The field commemorates Britain's war dead with crosses and poppies ahead of Remembrance Sunday

Remembrance Sunday: A chance to celebrate the contributions of older citizens

We need to celebrate their successes, not patronize them

The Royal Charter and the NSA hog the headlines, but what do readers actually care about?

For the non-chattering classes today, there are other, more basic things to worry about

Waves crash near Brighton Pier in East Sussex, as England and Wales face a battering tonight from the worst storm in five years

St Jude's Day Storm: If houses fall apart, neighbourhoods come together

Why not check in with your neighbours during the storm?

Social media for dummies (Take note, because virtual sharing is here to stay)

I still have friends who resist all social media but they are now firmly in the minority.

Roy Hodgson has received backing from Graham Taylor and Graeme Le Saux

Roy Hodgson: Intelligent, fair-minded & measured

He is uniquely ill-suited to one of Britain's most high-profile, high stress jobs - and we should wish him all the best

Don't knock the university of life

School can only teach us so much. The rest, you find out yourself

There’s one thing that no-one tells you about parenting: how much you learn from your children

'Birthday season' always give me cause to ponder some family fundamentals

However despicable their tactics, the spin-doctors are not the real story here

The root cause of this lies in the cosy complicity that exists between politicians and the media

George Osborne visits a building site in London yesterday

Let's build more homes on brownfield sites

Housing supply isn't keeping up with a growing population

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