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"Mother of three" is how the Telegraph describes an HSBC director

newstatesman.com — Over the weekend, the Telegraph discovered something incredible. A mother of three - someone who has utilised their womb thrice, no less! - is in the running to chair the BBC Trust. But how? How can this vessel of hormones and maternal instinct work in such a high position of pressure and responsibility?
Sep 02, 2014

RT @AstroKatie: Don’t start a headline about a business leader “Mother of” unless the third word is “Dragons." newstatesman.com/media-mole/201… pic.twitter.com/HvbFDxBB7U

Sep 01, 2014

RT @AstroKatie: Don’t start a headline about a business leader “Mother of” unless the third word is “Dragons." newstatesman.com/media-mole/201… pic.twitter.com/HvbFDxBB7U

Sep 01, 2014

RT @AstroKatie: Don’t start a headline about a business leader “Mother of” unless the third word is “Dragons." newstatesman.com/media-mole/201… pic.twitter.com/HvbFDxBB7U

Sep 01, 2014

RT @AstroKatie: Don’t start a headline about a business leader “Mother of” unless the third word is “Dragons." newstatesman.com/media-mole/201… pic.twitter.com/HvbFDxBB7U

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