sarah vine

When asked to compile a guest list for a dream dinner party, precious few would add Education Secretary Michael Gove to the usual suspects of Ghandi, Jesus, Churchill, John Lennon et al; yet in Westminster political circles Gove is a shrewd and much respected political figure, a Svengali for New Tories and a man mooted as a future leader.
According to Times columnist Sarah Vine, "forty only feels good if you're famous". "Hollywood does not reflect the real world" and, in essence, that an invisibility cloak surrounds older women who are civilians rather than movie icons. Much as I admire Sarah Vine as a writer, my response to her theory is, "oh, purleeese. Sarah", it's simply not true,
Education secretary Michael Gove could be facing an investigation over allegations that his advisers sent abuse to journalists
Michael Gove has come under fire for mixing business and pleasure after it emerged he sipped Mojitos in Marrakech with the
Has Michael Gove been spending too much time with jogging-fan George Osborne? In Wednesday's Times, the education secretary's
What woman would object if a national newspaper columnist said they looked 15 years younger than their age and possessed