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My afternoon at The Savoy taking tea with Christine Keeler

I’ve never forgotten my afternoon with Christine Keeler. It cost my then-employers at the Daily Mail £5,000 to arrange a newspaper stunt publicising Scandal, a breezy 1989 film about the Profumo affair in which Keeler was the colt-legged catalyst.

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Pioneering surgery offering the gift of sight

A safer, more effective alternative to cataract removal

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MHA – helping you get more from later life

Award-winning care providers focus on choice and fulfilment

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Don’t let the downturn put a downer on retirement

With low interest rates and inflation, retirement is looking increasingly fraught – but there is a solution…

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You can own your future

It’s time to wake up to the benefits of renting a property

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Companionship for older people this Christmas

Spare a thought for the isolated and elderly this festive season

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Majority of us not prepared for unexpected retirement

Two thirds retire earlier than planned, mostly due to ill health and job loss, survey finds While many dream of retiring early, for most of us it’s simply not a viable option. However, results from the recent Aegon Retirement Readiness survey show that 60 per cent of respondents had to leave work sooner than planned, […]

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Bringing quality to later life

Award-winning care providers focus on choice and fulfilment. Quality, choice and fulfilment. These are the things we all want to preserve as we get older. At MHA, we have 70 years’ experience in supporting and caring for older people and are one of Britain’s largest charitable care providers, serving 16,000 older people nationwide. We see […]

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‘Now I have eyesight like everyone else’

Overcome shortsightedness through a revolutionary implant Michael Woodhouse, 56, has been shortsighted for most of his life but, thanks to a new eye implant, he’s now enjoying life without contact lenses. He has recently been fitted with the new LEH Trifocal Lens, at The London Eye Hospital on Harley Street.  This new lens is a […]

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Own your future

Dreaming of the perfect retirement home but reluctant to sell your property? It’s time to wake up to the benefits of renting…? Finding a practical solution that matches the quality of your retirement living dream may be easier said than done – and renting may not automatically spring to the top of your list of […]

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