In this pilot episode, we’re joined by Telegraph columnist and chief author Tim Stanley – a frequent visitor on BBC’s Query Time and Radio 4’s Thought For The Day.
We’ll be debating whether or not it is acceptable to purchase a property close to a prime state college simply to get your youngster a spot – when you may simply afford to go non-public – and navigating the murky maze of asking for a charitable donation again if the sponsored marathon runner by no means even crossed the beginning line.
You’ll be able to learn these authentic articles, together with readers’ feedback, right here and right here.
There are a lot extra difficult matters to return – from haggling on vacation to charging one other dad or mum for harm attributable to their youngster – dissected by Bryony Gordon, Janet Daley, Celia Walden, Harry de Quetteville and extra.
To get in contact together with your ideas on this episode or to pose your personal Ethical Cash conundrum, you may e mail us at [email protected] or depart us a voicemail by calling 07523 039 447.
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