Anorak | How To Get Ahead In Journalism, By Rachel Royce

How To Get Ahead In Journalism, By Rachel Royce

by | 3rd, October 2008

BUDDING hackettes should know that one way to snare a column is to date a columnist and then: a) have him leave you; b) leave him.

You will then be on the path to byline fame, and – who knows – maybe even a spot on Loose Women.

Rachel Royce has taken our advice to heart, and having found herself separated from Rod Liddle, rubs her chin and..:

* “Sorry guys, cheating is not genetic… it’s PATHETIC”

Wow, what great news! Scientists have discovered a ‘love rat’ gene – a genetic flaw that apparently makes some men unable to commit to the women in their lives, even if they are the mothers of their children – Daily Mail, September 4, 2008

* “How could my ex-husband Rod Liddle give his young floozy the white wedding I was denied and make my children lie about it?” Daily Mail, 3rd October 2008

Finding out that your ex-husband is re-marrying is something that most divorcees have to face up to at one time or another, however painful it might be. In polite society, I believe it’s usual for the ex to be offered an invitation to the wedding and to be diplomatically busy on the weekend in question. To

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