"If I could have installed a lift I would" - mum was so unfit after birth of her son that she dreaded climbing the stairs to feed him

  Manchester Evening News 

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"It’s fine to treat yourself to a kebab every now and again, but the problem is, I would want the large, and I would finish it and then finish other people’s too."
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