If you’re a female MP being asked about sexism in parliament, you're expected to file it under Worse Things Happen At Sea, lest you appear weak or, a worse, “One of Those Women.”
Gordon Brown’s former spin doctor hits out at the deputy Labour leader for comments about sexism in politics. But female politicians' personal anecdotes are important and shouldn't be stifled.
Labour's deputy leader's all-out assault on the Lib Dems' record showed that she believes the party can't afford to go soft on the yellows.
Harriet Harman suggests a cap of 15 per cent on total ownership and calls for cross-party talks on the issue.
Women account for 53 per cent of all over-50s but just 18 per cent of TV presenters above that age.
With the aid of some fine lines, Labour's deputy leader ridiculed the PM's EU panic.
Harriet Harman on the BBC and its enemies.
The Deputy PM shouted himself hoarse as he defended the coalition's economic record.
The full version of the Labour deputy leader's closing speech to the party's conference.