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Margaret Thatcher Versus The Intellectuals
The first female PM faced unprecedented vitriol from snobbish cultural bureaucrats
Money Can’t Buy Us Love: Profiting From Loneliness
From ‘flirt coaches’ and seminars on finding your soulmate to mail-order brides, falling in love has never been more commercialised
Catcalling isn't so bad — until it crosses the line
Nazis And Narcissism
‘Is the transformation of Kim Jong-un into an ugly minor celebrity, whom everyone can laugh at, our way of coping — or a demonstration of a barbarous flippancy?’
The Outsider's Diary
What’s In A Boy’s Name?
‘Even high-profile women who assume their husband’s name on marriage, like the human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, are loudly criticised’
Gibraltar’s Battle Of The Sexes
The planet's pre-emininent open chess tournament
This Expat Paradise is a Woman’s Nightmare
Dubai may be a popular holiday destination but it is also a human rights quagmire for women
Women Come Last in Syrian Refugee Camps
'The low status of women in Syria and other Arab nations — as well as the cultural relativism practised by the agencies mandated to protect them — has resulted in abuse and violence'
Sexist Dinosaurs of the Left are far from Extinct
From the Occupy movement to George Galloway and Julian Assange, misogyny is still a disturbing feature of radical left-wing politics
Dirty Old Mensch
'"You could certainly fill a dirndl," the elder statesman said, before taking her hand, kissing it and propositioning her'
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above