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Tuesday 15th October 2019
Nina Montagu-Smith

Nina Montagu-Smith

Journalist specialising in Money, business, economics and communications. Remoaner, big time. Saboteur-in-chief.

The four ways mothers are financially penalised

A mother’s work is never done and she doesn’t even get paid for much of it either. This weekend it’s Mothering Sunday, a day on which we traditionally celebrate mothers and all the crap they put up with for the sake of the preservation of mankind. While it’s nice to receive a bunch of chrysanthemums…

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I call on 18-year-olds to rise up and stage a coup

The buffoonery taking place in the House of Commons this week convinces me that it is time for our nation’s 18-year-olds to rise up and storm Parliament. I mean, seriously, scenes involving Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay speaking in favour of a motion one minute – indeed, wrapping up a whole debate about it with his…

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Why an extortionate night at the opera means we should bring in rent control

Lots of outrage was sparked this week when it was revealed that tickets to the highly-sought-after performance of La Forza Del Destino at the Royal Opera were selling for as much as £3,435 each on the ticket re-selling site, Viagogo. Tickets with a cover price of around £125. The demand for seats at London’s operatic…

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