SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Brangelina reporting should make us ask some serious questions ...

When news emerged of Angelina Jolie filing for divorce from Brad Pitt, the internet swivelled its digital eyeball towards Pitt’s first wife, Jennifer Aniston, for her reaction. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: In praise of women’s resilience

So Hillary, you have pneumonia. Me too. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Rembrandt’s ‘Night Watch’, ousted by teen’s phone watch

My mission — an anthropology field study to examine whether teenagers can be prised from their phones for more than five minutes at a time, if shoved in front of art. Could it work? Or are they permanently welded to their handsets?

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: My feelings towards France have become conflicted in the past year

I’m really browned off with France’s kneejerk attitude, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Teenage travellers bring about holidays from hell

THE OED defines holiday as a “period of leisure and recreation spent away from home or travelling.” 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: On again, off again: Men in spin over what women wear

It seems to have all gone a bit bantastic on Mediterranean beaches lately, between the banning of burkinis in Cannes and the banning of unofficial reservations via your towel on various Italian beaches, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Olympians are not heroes. They’re just disciplined

NOT to be an Olympics curmudgeon, but can we all, please, stop misusing the words ‘hero’ and ‘heroine’?

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Trump is a masterclass on personality disorder

THERE’S a film coming soon called True Story — because it is — about an American nobody named Christian Longo. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: It’s my son’s thirteenth birthday and he thinks I have gone out of fashion

IAM in an alien land. One full of designer sunglasses and nostril-dilating man perfumes. I listlessly pick at price tags, then drop them in horror. I wonder how underpants can cost more than my summer frock allowance just because they have someone’s name written in elastic across the waistband. I realise I sound like an old git, even inside my own head.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Bring on the summer — but don’t bring out the barbecue

BEFORE we start — and by we, I mean me the column and you the reader, not the royal we, unless I have undiagnosed sunstroke — a quick disclaimer. At the time of writing, it was summer, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Boris Johnson foreign secretary appointment is a joke, but it’s definitely not funny

YOU will have read the vast scope of Boris Johnson’s insults by now, the kind used by an elite colonialist with a sweeping contempt for women and foreigners, and gleefully reproduced in newspapers everywhere, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: America should be disgusted by gun culture blindspot

MY SISTER is in Dallas at the moment. She WhatsApps to say that it’s not all stetsons and steers. I wouldn’t know, having ever only seen it on the telly when it was shiny skyscrapers and melodramatic family breakfasts on windswept verandahs with JR and Sue Ellen.

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