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Latchkey kids

Latchkey kids

Surely there was a lot of concern about “latchkey children” before the 1960s? Enid Blyton got a book out of it, “Six Bad Boys”, which I found nauseating – a woman who packed her kids off to boar ...
What more could you want?

What more could you want?

I’m writing in response to two of the letters in your February issue. The one from Maisie Robson, who was looking for a radio 4 alternative – if the lady has internet access, she could buy ...
Not our fault for living longer

Not our fault for living longer

Your article about our ageing population by Aidan Sawley in the February issue trots out the same old misguided ideas that flow from the intellectual elite running UK Ltd. they say that increasing the ...
The pity of it all

The pity of it all

It is almost for sure that many readers of the Mature Times will agree with Tony Simpson’s observations regarding the Kitchener coin, the First World War and the need for much more effort to be ...