Jennifer Lipman is a freelance journalist living in London, writing about current affairs, politics, culture and society. She tweets @jenlipman
Should mothers matter more than fathers?
Growing up, I always knew that, whoever fathered my future children, they would be considered Jewish, but should that now change, asks Jennifer Lipman
A best-selling author’s nearly Jewish life of crime
Crime writer Laura Lippman talks about her Jew-ish life
The children's champion
Her father's plight as a child refugee from Nazi Germany inspired Carolyn Hamilton's career fighting for children's rights worldwide. Jennifer Lipman met her.
Whatsapp with the family?
Jennifer Lipman on the one smartphone app everyone needs....
Book review: The Immortalists
A youthful quartet whose parts begin at the ending
Afua Hirsch: Asking the diﬃcult questions on identity
"I’m almost like a shadow member of the Jewish community, always there asking questions.”
Why don't our leaders condemn bad schools?
You can offer an education with Jewish values that is not stuck in the dark ages, says Jennifer Lipman
Apprentice Watch: the final
Lord Sugar consults his gut feeling and selects his winner
Apprentice Watch - Why I Fired Them
Lord Sugar recalls the rejected Apprentice contestants in this special episode to tell us (and them) what he really thinks
Apprentice Watch, episode 11
It's interview week for Lord Sugar's hopefuls
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