PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Jenny Amphlett laments the loss of Webberley's bookshop

Feeling nostalgic from afar about Webberley's bookshop is not enough to save it from closure says columnist Jenny Amphlett. IT WAS a rainy Saturday morning in the late but I have never.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Why World of Wedgwood is helping to make the pottery industry sexy again

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Why World of Wedgwood is helping to make the pottery industry sexy again

JENNY AMPHLETT: White elephant buildings cost us dear

WHAT Stoke-on-Trent really does not need right now is another white elephant. The city does not need another empty but expensive to maintain building with little to no current purpose other than.

JENNY AMPHLETT: New cinema will change the face of Hanley

JENNY AMPHLETT: New cinema will change the face of Hanley

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Jenny Amphlett looks at Brits behaving badly on the 'Costa del Cringe'

I HAVE a confession to make. Sometimes I feel ashamed to be British. I love my country and lots of the people in it, but as a nation we have a habit of letting ourselves down when we venture.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Cowardly web trolls need booting offline, says columnist Jenny Amphlett

" It was nearly two decades ago and I was a young news reporter covering the court case of a man found in possession of hundreds of indecent.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Cutting help for parents threatens city's long-term health, says Jenny Amphlett

Cutting help for new parents threatens the long-term health of our city, according to columnist Jenny Amphlett STOKE-on-Trent is just about to let down its babies and new mums.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Is it ever right for newspapers to print a photograph of a dead child?

A stark image of a drowned boy has been viewed across the globe over the past few days. Columnist Jenny Amphlett asks whether it is ever right for newspapers to print a photograph of a dead child.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Smokers' rights? It's a child's rights that really matter

The ban on smoking in cars with children doesn't go far enough according to columnist Jenny Amphlett FROM October 1 it will be illegal to smoke in a car carrying children.

PERSONALLY SPEAKING: Why has it taken 30 years for joined up response to tackling poverty in S-o-T?

There will be no quick fix solutions to tackling poverty in our city writes columnist Jenny Amphlett. IT comes as no surprise that Stoke-on-Trent is one of the most deprived areas in England.


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