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Month: October 2016

LEADING FIGURES FROM THE WORLD’S GREEN MOVEMENTS SHARE IDEAS AT OXFORD — Oxford Today

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The stage was decorated with trees laden with berries, and as Andrew Mitchell, a ‘self-confessed tree-hugger’, gave an impassioned speech on saving the rainforest which started, ‘Have you ever really looked into the eyes of an orangutang?’, torrential rain suddenly poured from the heavens, rousing amazed applause from the audience. ‘It’s coming to press your […]

BREAST CANCER: THE NEW FACTS — Red

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For Red’s November issue I interviewed leading consultant oncologist Dr Alison Jones.

CHANGING FACE OF CHILDCARE — The Oxford Times

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This month, my Mother’s Pride column celebrates the 30 years since the launch of Oxfordshire Limited Edition. I wrote about how the way today’s parents were brought up in the 1980s seems pretty old school now. Our generation has seen new trends for better and for worse – and trends that are downright bizarre…

“BY SCREENING OUT DOWN’S SYNDROME, WE ARE GAMBLING WITH SOCIETY’S DIVERSITY” — The Pool

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Sally Phillips’ eldest son has Down’s syndrome and she’s troubled by new prenatal tests that could eradicate the condition. Olivia Gordon meets her

“THERE’S A STORY BEHIND EVERY COLOUR” — Psychologies

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Ever inspired by the magic of colour, Farrow and Ball’s creative consultant Joa Studholme loves painting her home in new and refreshing shades