The Juggling Act / Ruby McGregor-Smith on the myth of the supermother

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To the outsider, she has it all: a stellar career, a family and even a seat in the House of Lords. But Baroness Ruby McGregor-Smith tells The Telegraph’s Claire Newell she hasn’t always been a master juggler - and she’s not afraid to admit it. Plus, the Tory peer reveals just how vulnerable she felt returning to work, and calls on companies to make flexible working a more viable option.

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