Here is a real oddity: a morally informed, grown-up story in the _Sunday Times_ that is not by Ferdy Mount or John Cornwell. “Janice Turner points out”:http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,10654-1387269,00.html that most of the story simply shows the morals of “Chat!(it’s worth clicking through to the high resolution cover)”:http://www.ipcmedia.com/magazines/chat magazine:
bq. The players in this saga are unique only because of their power and should be measured by how they have wielded it, not their improprieties. “You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him,” wrote Goethe. And you can tell a lot about a woman by how she behaves towards her nanny. Once Leoncia “Luz” Casalme was of no further use to Mrs Quinn — leaving after refusing to sign a gagging agreement — Mrs Quinn had no compunction in casting her to the wind to make her own life a little easier.