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A divorce kit and a wedding invite

‘The good news is that I can get a divorce through Tesco for £65,’ my friend said after announcing her separation. ‘It has cost me £50 per date,’ another girlfriend said, referring to her only date since paying her subscription … Read more →

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Stéphanie Tumba

Stéphanie Tumba knows a bit about love and romance. The former fashion marketer, property investor and financial consultant turned entrepreneur is a divorcée and head of dating agency—Celest Connections. Interestingly, this latest business venture began life as a blog: while

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Review of Hope

By Francesca Lafarge Hope certainly has a fine pedigree. Jack Thorne, its playwright, has many successes to his name including Let the Read more →
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The Mother’s Day gift that lasts forever: wardrobe therapy to bring out her best

A gift that will lift her mood and spirits way beyond Mother’s Day: wardrobe therapy to bring out the best in your mother with a little help from style consultant Lauren Manville.

Lauren Manville Style is more about empowering women … Read more →

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Valentine’s Day Suggestions

My husband aside, I have always attracted men who dismiss Valentine’s Day as commercial nonsense, a conspiracy between card manufacturers and florists to make idiots of us all (no bouquets for me then). Fair enough—it probably is.

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Ellenborough Park, Gloucestershire

The Credentials:

There he stood, one eyebrow cocked suggestively, beautifully attired, clearly a wealthy aristocrat and disarmingly handsome—it was love at first sight and the first tantalising hint of a fabulous evening to come. Then I realised it was just … Read more →

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The rise of Men Going Their Own Way

Monique forwarded me the Sunday Times article on MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way; pronounced ‘mig-tau’), Meet the men giving up on women, in which Martin Daubney interviews members of the online community, and describes how the movement’s male … Read more →

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WLG on too much, too soon

At first I thought Tom was a bit down when we met at West Thirty Six on Saturday evening, but after we’d ordered a couple of 36 Collins I discovered he was knackered. A Tinder match on Thursday led to … Read more →

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How to make the most of singlehood

A glut of books, claiming to be humorous, are vying for attention this Christmas. As a fan of his regular Guardian column, I rather like the sound of Tim Dowling’s timely – considering Christmas is peak divorce season – How Read more →

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Wilma Mae Basta

What inspired your love of vintage fashion?

That’s a complex question because I’m comfortable with my own style and not influenced by trends. I wanted to create my own look and found it hard with contemporary clothing. Vintage allowed me … Read more →

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