Paul Geater See all

How will we pay for care in the future?

Will we be able to cope with demands for long-term care?

The more I hear about the problems caused by the ageing population, the more worried I become – and not just because the time that I may need those services gets closer every day!

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James Marston: Abba, hen nights, Napoleon and tapas - just another week in Suffolk

“My my at Waterloo Napoleon did surrender,” as Abba famously said though I’m not so sure they had the strongest command of the English language at the time.

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Have I wisdom to impart? No but I’m going to try anyway

On Sunday we went to our grandsons’ naming ceremony.

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Lynne Mortimer fears what may happen if she ceases HRT

Lynne Mortimer: Before starting out, whatever you do, don’t shrink and shave

The doctor thinks maybe I should gently wean myself off Hormone Replacement Therapy, writes columnist Lynne Mortimer.

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Lynne's knee

If they’re yummy mummies can I be a yummy grummy?

Am I losing it? Did I ever have it… if I did, where did I put it? writes Lynne Mortimer.

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Lynne Mortimer - the mother-in-law from hell?

Lynne Mortimer: Registras are busier than the Ocado delivery driver these days

It is with enormous pleasure I announce I am to be the mother of the bride.

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Keeping cool on Felixstowe beach.

It’s too darn hot - how to keep your cool as temperatures soar

As she gently melts, Lynner Mortimer looks for ways to keep cool and survive the hot weather without getting bad-tempered

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Lynne Mortimer on the naughty step

Lynne Mortimer: We might all benefit from the institution of a ‘naughty’ step

When George, aged two years and nine months, misbehaves and does not desist when asked, he is consigned to the thinking step, the bottom stair.

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Lynne Mortimer

Lynne Mortimer: Another G&T? Why not?

I’m sitting here with a bit belt of gin accompanied by a soupçon of slimline tonic... I earned it, writes columnist Lynne Mortimer.

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Lynne Mortimer

Lynne Mortimer: Tales of the riverbank and the curious case of rising damp

In my new state of supreme fitness, having taken part in the Long March... okay, it was an eight-mile walk... okay it was eightish miles, a small hop across a rivulet should have been a doddle.

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