Analysis News Diversity Bakers HR head’s stage graft By The Lawyer 11 April 2011 00:00 7 January 2016 16:54 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Anonymous 11 April 2011 at 15:21 Any working mother would take issue with the comment that nobody does as much work as Mr Blackburn – try doing a full day’s work in a demanding job and then coming home to another full day’s work. It’s not a hardship to have to go to the theatre two or three nights a week. Reply Link mr met 12 April 2011 at 13:13 not a hardship? try sitting through Love Never Dies. it nearly killed me. Reply Link Anonymous 14 April 2011 at 13:52 And to be fair, in the article he doesn’t actually say nobody does as much work as him. Nor that going to the theatre is a particular hardship. Reply Link Mike N 19 April 2011 at 19:32 Having children is of course entirely voluntary. You may choose to do so and attend to them after work, or you may choose to go to the theatre. No-one is forced to do either, but as he says in the article, neither is that different in that you fit in as much as you can to your free time. I’m sure that dealing with children is the harder task (aside from watching Paint Never Dries), but that is the choice that you make. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.