Sarah Johnson

Sarah Johnson

Animal welfare is a political open goal — and Brexit is a one-off chance to establish better standards in the UK

The domestic goddess never forgets that above all else she is a cook

A radical French obstetrician believes modern society is the enemy of childbirth

The authors of an academic article on childbirth have sacrificed common sense in a bid for publicity

Paul Bloom’s Just Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil posits that all people are made good — and what keeps them good is organised religion

Since the inauguration of the NHS, governments have increasingly paid lip service to midwives. We must not let this precious asset be further marginalised

In 1997 Harry Potter was fresh and exciting, the brainchild of a passionate author then the movie studios moved in and the magic was lost