Last month, 76 book clubs read my debut novel, The Year of the Gadfly, and I visited all of them. I was attempting to set the Official World Record for the Most Book Clubs Visited by An Author in One which
The dreary, hunched Victorian office clerk, with his ink-stained fingers and pale skin, is a classic figure. They were magically motivated by the invention of the "career ladder", explains Lucy Kellaway.
The typewriter is almost obsolete in the modern office. But it played a crucial role in women's arrival in the workplace, explains Lucy Kellaway. In 1887, Rudyard Kipling met one of the new breed of typewriting
Many people might think of office-bound life as a modern phenomenon, but there's a long history of people chained to their desks, explains Lucy Kellaway. In medieval London the old St Paul's Cathedral
A third of Britain is effectively off-limits to lower-income working families because private rents are unaffordable, a new report claims. The report comes from the Resolution Foundation, which campaigns