The political and policy-based implications of the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
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Female tradespeople lose out.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has criticised the Big Issue for "immediately" allowing immigrants from Europe to claim tax credits by being self-employed as sellers of the magazine.
A new book by newscasters Katty Kay and Clare Shipman argues women’s timidity is holding them back at work – but does it perpetuate the idea that confidence is a masculine trait.
Single parents – 95 per cent of whom are women – who have failed to reach an “amicable” agreement with their estranged partners over child maintenance stand to lose financially under new government policy.
In matters of sex, sexuality and political campaigning, the resurgence of mainstream feminism overlooks disabled women, who are left with the “half-life” of slicing their identity.
Nobody should have to play the frightened victim to make basic choices about her future.
As she prepares for her 50th birthday, the author and journalist reflects on what it means to be “middle-aged” – and on a journey she knows never ends well.
There is evidence to suggest that a high level of psychological flexibility, something LGBT employees often need to develop at work, can help people cope better, and indeed flourish, in the workplace.
New figures show that there has been a 59 per cent increase in working people claiming housing benefit since 2010.
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