There was a girl I was best friends with at college; I always used to kiss the boys she liked. I'd like to apologise to her.
It sounds like a brag but I've got a separate room in my flat just for unread books; I don't let my read books touch my unread books.
Ten years ago, I went to visit my dad in Australia. I walked to the edge of a cliff and looked over and tripped. I righted myself but my head was over the edge. No one saw it.
When I was a small child we were allowed to wait up until midnight on 31 December. Then as the TV chimed, Dad would run to the front door and open it, welcoming the New Year air. This is the kind of entertainment you make in poor families, and cry to your therapist about when you're rich.
For all of the separateness of church and state, Christian morality has shaped Britain and its inhabitants for a very long time.
We don't live in a world where, if you commit a crime, your life's over. We as a society believe in rehabilitation. We believe in second and third chances.