Saga Magazine - June 2016

26 May 2016

Highlights from the June issue of Saga Magazine, including fatherly advice, Diana Henry's lamb stew and Brexit.

Saga Magazine asks your questions in the EU debate

Europe: your questions answered

Saga Magazine puts YOUR questions to both sides to the European Referendum debate.

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Twiggy in a striped tee, £22.50, and lace-up jeans, £35, both M&S

Twiggy's style and beauty tips

The Sixties supermodel shares ten of her top 50 tips for looking good.

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Barbara Taylor Bradford photographed by Julian Dufort

Grown-up Test: Barbara Taylor Bradford

Barbara Taylor Bradford has sold over 32 million copies of her novel, A Woman of Substance. Now 83, she takes Saga Magazine’s Grown-up Test.

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Son getting advice from father

Words of wisdom

Readers and celebrities share inspiring words of wisdom passed down by their fathers.

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Giving money away is the safest way to make a gift to your family

Giving money to your children?

Paul Lewis' guide to the tax consequences and pitfalls of giving money away.

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Keeping chickens: getting started

If you've always wanted to keep your own chickens read our guide to find out where to start with housing, feeding and more.

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How to prune roses

Read our guide to pruning roses - including how to prune the many different varieties of roses.

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Children can save up to £2,880 a year in a pension without having any earnings

Your money questions answered

Annie Shaw looks at a reader's question about the pros and cons of saving money into a pension for her grandchild.

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Lonely man

Adapting to being alone

We look at how you can learn to deal with feelings of loneliness as you adapt to a new chapter in your life.

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Lamb stew with fennel, orange and rosemary

Lamb stew with fennel, orange and rosemary

Diana Henry's rich lamb stew flavoured with fresh herbs and citrus.

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M&S gift card prize draw

Find the terms and conditions for the M&S gift card prize draw here.

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