Lockdown in Calpe House

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By Susan Clifton-Tucker Under normal circumstances I would not be writing this lockdown account from Calpe House, in central London. I am here with my...

Poverty on The Rock

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By Richard Cartwright “I spent some time in the Philippines in 1997,” Action on Poverty spokesman Felix Alvarez tells me, “where a family was selling...

The Importance of Being Emotionally Self Sufficient

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By Kathleen North Emotional self sufficiency, however, is just as (if not more) important than the above. This is always the case but during these...

The Happy List

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By Penelope Bielckus Being stuck indoors is never ideal, especially when the weather is starting to get warmer (in theory, anyway... does anyone else feel...

The Happiness Foundation

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Kath Temple, The Success & Happiness Psychologist is a warm and inspiring modern-day Jedi who knows the art and science of radical transformation. She...

Silent Grief: Life After Miscarriage

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By Jeslyn Sayers I vividly remember hearing the doctor say, “There's no longer a heartbeat”. I could not look at my husband. I felt like...

I’m Autistic, What’s Your Superpower?

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Just a note in this article I will be using Identity First Language (Autistic Person) rather than Person First Language (Person with Autism). As it tends to be...

A Lifetime in Journalism

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The Fleet Street of the 1960s was a beautiful era of hard metal typing and boozy lunches. Each newspaper had their own pub they...

Days Gone By: Life in the Patios

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And that’s why a group of over 60-year-olds got together a little while back to reminisce about the ‘old days’. Over a coffee, beer,...

Life on Mars

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In pre-school, when the teacher asked our class what we wanted to be when we grew up, there were at least a dozen would-be...