The 2,000 sq ft red brick property, in a leafy area of South London, is less than a mile away from Carrie’s flat in Camberwell. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson moves into £1.3m mansion with girlfriend Carrie Symonds after selling £3.7m marital home with his ex and becoming Prime Minister
Dying at home what to expect
Among friends, says Denise, there was an almost ominous expectation that she was bound to be constantly on the verge of tears. "One person even said to me, a week or so after Joe died, haven't you broken down yet?" she remembers. "Another woman said I'd always be known in our town as the woman who lost her son. But I really didn't want to be known as that. I started wearing my lipstick again very soon afterwards because I didn't want to become that woman. When I went back to playground 10 days or so after Joe died, some people were surprised – and it begs the question, what else did they think I'd be doing? Sitting inside crying, presumably: but I had another baby to look after." … [Read more...] about Can a parent get over the death of a child?
What to do? The problem, as always when discussing addiction, is denial: the government's denial, which is ideological; the people's denial, which is comprehensive; and the addict's denial, which is lethal. (The food industry's denial is mere professional profiteering, and to be expected.) Since I do not expect the government to emerge from denial any time soon, or the food industry ever, let us move to the addict's denial. Denial, at least partially – and here I address the hateful puddle of "libertarian" pundits and lobbyists directly, even as they sharpen their pencils to denounce Kaltoft as his own destroyer – is the reason overweight people sometimes need the walls of their homes broken down, and the reason why they continue to overeat when they can no longer bend down to tie a shoelace, or rise to face a mirror. Denial fuels some elements of the fat acceptance movement, which is right when it says that overweight people suffer discrimination, and wrong … [Read more...] about Obesity is not a disability
Passenger Karen Chapman Green said: “It was cold in the ferry terminal but the captain let us all on board to get warm and comfortable. Hot drinks were available and we got a free breakfast.” … [Read more...] about Angry residents blast Boris Johnson for refusing to visit flooded communities ravaged by Storm Dennis
They said in a statement on their website: "While The Duke and Duchess are focused on plans to establish a new non-profit organisation, given the specific UK Government rules surrounding use of the word Royal, it has been therefore agreed that their non-profit organisation, when it is announced this Spring, will not be named Sussex Royal Foundation. … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry forced to drop Sussex Royal brand after Queen hires top lawyers to ban it