Secret Thinker was ridiculed when he predicted in 2005 that Boris Johnson would one day become PM - and now he has a similar hunch about Nigel Farage.
We had a paltry sprinkling of snow this week – but back in the day we got no weather warnings; as kids we just prayed our schools would shut.
Your child’s first night in their own room is nerve-wracking, as our columnist has been discovering.
The education system, the Israeli-Hamas war and 20mph speed limits are some of the topics tackled in this week’s letters to the editor.
With religion being used as an excuse for war and atrocities, Secret Thinker explains why he’s happy to remain a non-believer.
In 2022 our columnist boldly declared her dislike for Christmas Eve boxes but now she says the internet is serving up a fresh slice of festive horror.
Comparing himself to the Grinch or Scrooge, our reporter explains why tinsel or baubles will never tarnish his home.
Our aged columnist’s car insurance premium has gone through the roof – but a recent experience may explain why we’re all feeling the pain.
There’s talk of adding warning labels to meat, but Melissa Todd doubts the prospect of death and destruction will win against the smell of bacon...
The cabinet reshuffle, homelessness, 20mph zones and lessons about conflict are among topics tackled in this week’s letters to the editor.
Appointing a government minister to combat ‘wokeness’ is ludicrous, says Secret Thinker, who argues the whole cabinet should be using common sense.
More adults than ever still live at home so why, asks our columnist, does the UK still insist on paying a National Living Wage based on age?
Our columnist reflects on how he’d not swap a diverse range of part-time jobs when he was young for a stint at university.
The rise of AI, the scarcity of poppies, SEN transport and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are all topics tackled on this week’s letters page.
Should the Government be able to dictate how we live our lives? Yes, says Secret Thinker, as he urges the PM to fast-track plans to outlaw smoking.
After road-testing 20mph, low-traffic neighbourhoods our columnist declares it calmer but questions if it’s enough to encourage children out to play?
The election clock is ticking – but political editor Paul Francis questions whether the Tories have left it too late to halt their slide in the polls.
Attitudes towards veterans have changed dramatically over the past 40 years – as has the make-up of Remembrance Day parades.
Emotions run high when your child becomes ill for the first time – as our parenting columnist has been discovering.
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