I'm sure she's deliberately setting herself up as a pantomime villain. Nobody could be that annoying without trying.
Now, it seems we shall never own another home again … Today we are living in rented accommodation …, we now find ourselves, in our early 40s, paying a private landlord £2,000 a month … In our defence, we weren’t spending the money on expensive designer clothes, luxurious holidays or flash cars. Much of it was going on school fees … With no savings and monthly outgoings that would make your eyes water, we [can't get a mortgage] — even if I shop in Aldi for ten years and buy our clothes from a charity shop.
But her sense of entitlement reaches its zenith with this:
And what I could never have known is how soul-destroying it is to raise children in a house that is not your own. Sometimes it feels like we are guests in the one place we should feel ourselves.
So far, 223 comments and not one of them sympathetic. Is this really the only way she can feed her children? Mail columnists are always concerned that boys in skirts or the children of lesbians will be bullied at school, but the rag is happy to publish the witterings of this dreadful woman without a thought for her brood.