Frances Weaver

Frances Weaver

Living Dolls: The Return of Sexism by Natasha Walter

Frances Weaver considers Cuba’s response to a blooming blogosphere

Frances Weaver introduces a new monthly column about the internet

Environmentalists have hijacked a brilliant book and manipulated it for their own cause

The average Sicilian’s attitude to the European elections sheds light on our relationship with our own politicians

How should we judge these distinguished TV presenters, who are employed by a channel that publishes the work of Holocaust deniers?

Cutting edge humour isn’t actually cutting edge – it has simply moved from the private to the public

Understanding the ordinariness of war helps me cope with my Royal Marine brother’s service in Afghanistan