Get involved, you lad dads
Sunday Times, 20 February 2011
Tim Southwell, the former editor of Loaded magazine, is using a well-tried tactic to interest men in school fundraising.

How will Cameron fare?
BBC News Online, 24 August 2010
The Camerons were on holiday in Cornwall when Samantha gave birth It may be Mr Cameron's fourth time as a father but it's his first time as prime minister and all eyes will be on him to see how he fares - not least because of his party's political focus on parenting. By Michelle Roberts.

David Miliband shows human side as he talks about fatherhood
The Times (London), 12 June 2010
David Miliband talks about the agonies of IVF treatment and the joys of adoption today as he speaks candidly for the first time about fatherhood and life beyond politics.

Ed Balls’s new pamphlet is an insult to fathers
Daily Telegraph, 20 January 2010
By Ed West.

Giving new life to the role of the father
BBC News Online, 20 January 2010
More fathers than ever before may attend the birth of their child, but the government is keen to involve them even more closely in pregnancy, labour and the aftermath as part of its Green Paper on the family.

Nervous new father? Here comes the official instruction manual
Observer, 17 January 2010
Every new father in Britain is to be given a 'dads' guide' that will include an explanation of breast­feeding and tips on how to support their partner.

Where are all the nice, normal dads in children’s books?
The Times (London), 26 May 2009
Fathers in children’s books are rarely positive figures. But as dads do more childcare, it’s time publishers took note. By Damon Syson.

The shift: Sue Waldron, chief enforcement manager for the Child Support Agency
The Times (London), 23 March 2009
By Helen Rumbelow.

Widow to have child by her dead husband
Sunday Times, 1 February 2009
A woman has won the right to use her dead husband’s sperm without his written consent.

Prenatal DNA test for babies of affairs
Sunday Times, 25 January 2009
Paternity tests are being carried out by DNA laboratories on unborn children while they are still in the womb.

Daddy’s girl no longer
Sunday Times, 25 January 2009
These days any woman who lies about the identity of a child’s father takes a huge risk. By Rachel Johnson.

Baby Food
The New Yorker, 19 January 2009
If breast is best, why are women bottling their milk? By Jill Lepore.

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