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HOTEL REVIEW: ARTIST RESIDENCE, LONDON – Jewish Chronicle

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There are two kinds of hotels. There are the big chains, with their comforting anonymity, swimming pools and knowing what your room will be like before you’ve even seen it. And then there are the ‘boutique’ hotels, promising character and quirks. The Artist Residence in Pimlico takes the idea of a boutique hotel and runs […]

Park Plaza London Waterloo review: Jewish Chronicle

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The new Park Plaza at Waterloo hurts. It hurts because it’s so good, you can’t bear having to leave…

MOTHER’S PRIDE — Oxford Times

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With my workload increasing, this autumn it was time to say goodbye to my parenting column in my local paper, The Oxford Times, after nearly two years. Here’s my final column – on the joys of mushrooming.      

MOTHER’S PRIDE — Oxford Times

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For the September column, I covered two fun ways to kayak in Oxfordshire, as well as the wonderful charity Level Water, which teaches children with disabilities to swim for free.

MOTHER’S PRIDE — The Oxford Times

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In my August family column I wrote about the joys of punting and tried out a Little Kickers class.

THANK HEAVENS FOR AMERICAN HOLIDAY CAMPS — Daily Mail

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My review of our stay last summer at the wonderful Tyler Place family resort in Vermont Note: I did not write the last line.

SECRETS OF THE MONEY-SAVING QUEENS — Prima

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For the July issue, I interviewed five women about their self-taught money-saving tips for homes, travel, shopping, fashion and motoring.

WHY CHINA AIMS TO BE NUMBER ONE SUPERPOWER BY 2049

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China expert Tom Miller likes to use a thought experiment to explain what China is doing. Decades from now, once-mighty Europe is sinking into decrepitude. Tens of millions of Europeans have been killed in uprisings, wars and an occupation by former ally the United States. Europe has become a minor player on a hostile global […]

Hotel review – The Jewish Chronicle

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Can you get decent design for a budget price? Our writer heads to Newcastle to check out its no-frills accommodation