SUZANNE HARRINGTON: I just about weathered a hot time with Lucifer

What a relief climate change has been reconfigured as extreme weather by the Trump administration, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Our animal instincts are totally off-kilter

Suzanne Harrington on anthrozoology — the relationship between humans and animals.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: People’s Republic can shine with Cork Pride

 Driving through Cork city on my way to a yoga studio, there are big colourful signs everywhere. Cork Pride 2017. Wow.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: The bigger you are, the more invisible you become

I CAN’T be bothered to be part of Ryanair’s stop-whingeing stealth ad campaign — other than to thank the world’s least loved airline for not making me sit next to my arsey teenagers while crammed in those tiny, tiny seats.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: How dare America question my morals

Dear America, In a few hours, I’ll be heading off to the airport to visit you. Briefly, no strings. 

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: A Nobel cause, and the Rodman our saviour!

AS ADULT babies Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un continue to see who has the biggest, hardest, longest missiles, we can only scan the horizons in desperation for Dennis Rodman.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Feminism must learn to accept trans women

AS the summer of LGBT Pride rolls on, we are still asking if trans women can ever be ‘real’ women.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Having teens is a dog’s life — why bring them with you?

You know when people say you shouldn’t get a dog because what will you do when you want to go on holiday? Turns out it’s the same for teenagers, except I have yet to find a kennel that would take them, writes Suzanne Harrington.

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: There’s no place like home — if you had one

We all know there’s no place like home — but what if there is no place to call home anymore? asks Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: The only thing that really frightens Londoners are words like ‘Tube strike’

While the media slavers over every bloody moment, rehashing and draining the last drop of gore from every single incident, ordinary people march on, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Let’s hope turkeys are game for an election

America is now about as useful as wet candyfloss, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Manchester to Mosul, all children are ours

Don’t look back in anger, sang a lone woman in Manchester’s Albert Square at a memorial for those murdered there last week, writes Suzanne Harrington

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SUZANNE HARRINGTON: Who needs facts when we have social media?

Hello and here is the fake news. Well, some of it is fake, and some of it is not. You’ll just have to figure it out – using your emotions. Because that’s what we do now. Who needs facts and experts when we have feelings and social media? asks Suzanne Harrington

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