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And while watching ITV’s Harry: The Interview, last night, it was encouraging to see Prince Harry do exactly that. After more than 20,000 complaints, The Sun removed Clarkson’s article and issued an apology, stating: “In last Saturday’s Sun, Jeremy Clarkson wrote a comment article about the Duchess of Sussex. A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan said the statement was a “PR stunt” and that The Sun hadn’t reached out to Meghan. Prince Harry is right – we are facing a pandemic of violence against women, and it’s on everyone to stop the spread. The Clarkson column was an attack on Meghan Markle, but also yet another shot fired in the onslaught against all women.21 days ago Stylist
As a lifelong dairy-avoider (due to lactose intolerance), Christmas is the one time of year I allow myself to eat cheese. But there are ways to enjoy your favourite food and drink this season, without suffering the aftereffects. “There is a lot of stress on our digestive system over the Christmas period due to the burden we put on it,” explains nutritionist Hannah Hope. When you are aware of your food and start thinking about it, your tummy rumbles and your digestive juices begin. If you’re lactose intolerant, you could try some sheep, got or aged hard cheese on the festive cheeseboard as well as butter, which has only small amounts of lactose.1 month ago Stylist