Philippa rounds up the posts, articles and stories we couldn’t write about this week. From rape prosecutors to D. H. Lawrence to No More Page 3 to the inevitable Thatcher stories.

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It’s the start of the week, so where better to start than with a round-up of the posts, comments and situations that we haven’t had the spoons, capacity, time or expertise to comment on here at the F-Word.

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The Inevitable Thatcher Section

And to close, enjoy Yuja Wang playing Rimsky-Korsakoff’s Flight of the Bumble-Bee fiendishly quickly. Her hands are a blur!

[The image is a photograph of the front cover of Woman magazine from 1955. It is captioned “World’s greatest magazine for women” and cost 4 1/2D. It features a woman dressed in 1950s clothing and the headlines, “Beauty at your fingertips”, “Two colourful jumpers to knit” and “Wooden spoon club supper snacks”. It was made available by Vince Connare and is used under a Creative Commons Licence]