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This just in: women in their 30s with time on their hands, money to spend and no responsibility more pressing than the need to make it to the dry cleaners before it closes might actually be happy.

19th April, 2008

This just in: women in their 30s with time on their hands, money to spend and no responsibility more pressing than the need to make it to the dry cleaners before it closes might actually be happy.

A new report in Britain states that, while the number of women living alone between 25 and 44 doubled in the past two decades, ‘‘more than two thirds of people questioned in a recent survey believed they did...

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