How Evelyn Waugh declared war on Christmas

How Waugh declared war on Christmas | UPDATED: 09:38 GMT, 18 December 2012 Not in the spirit: Evelyn Waugh was not a christmassy being As Christmas approaches, with its relentless and dispiriting pressure to have fun, it might be well to remind ourselves of those few brave souls who have refused to toe the line. Evelyn Waugh (pictured) was the least Christmassy of beings

Sharon Bukokhe: Glamorous businesswoman, 28, from Kenya, killed herself because she was lonely in Britain

Glamorous businesswoman, 28, from Kenya, killed herself because she was lonely living in Britain Manchester sales boss Sharon Bukokhe worked for family planning charityNottingham Trent University graduate's husband was South Africa studentHer closest relative lived 250 miles away and others lived in US and CanadaShe applied full make up and painted nails then suffocated herself at home | UPDATED: 15:08 GMT, 5 December 2012 A glamorous 28-year-old businesswoman killed herself because she struggled to cope with living alone in Britain with her family dispersed across the world, an inquest heard yesterday. Sales manager Sharon Bukokhe, of Levenshulme, Manchester, was a high achiever working for a family planning charity but felt lonely because relatives including her husband lived abroad

Clarifications & corrections

Clarifications & corrections | UPDATED: 02:19 GMT, 27 November 2012 The average issue of the Daily Mail contains around 80,000 words – the equivalent of a paperback book – most of which are written on the day under tremendous pressure of deadlines. Huge efforts are made to ensure our journalism meets the highest possible standards of accuracy but it is inevitable that mistakes do occur. This column provides an opportunity to correct those errors quickly and prominently.