Where do the public stand on Cameron's plan to introduce same-sex marriage?
Pub workers are battling against a corrupt set of markets rigged against them.
Two years ago, women from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda joined together on the bridge uniting their two countries to show that women can build bridges of peace and hope for the future.
Number of homeless families increases to 48,510, the biggest rise for nine years.
Selma James, co-ordinator, Global Women’s Strike
Julie Tomlin, writer
Jane Martinson, women’s editor, <em>Guardian</em>
Liz Kendall, shadow minister for care
Bidisha, author of <em>Beyond the Wall: Writing a Path Through Palestine</em>
Tina Wallace, International Gender Studies Centre, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University
Liz Jones, columnist, <em>Daily Mail</em>
Louise Mensch, MP for Corby (Conservative)
Frances O’Grady, TUC deputy secretary
Rhiannon and Holly, <em>Vagenda</em> magazine
Naomi Wolf, author and political consultant
Stella Creasy, MP for Walthamstow (Labour/Co-operative)
Roz Kaveney, poet and activist
Rosamund Urwin, columnist, <em>London Evening Standard</em>
Julie Bindel, activist and writer
Jenni Murray, presenter, BBC <em>Woman’s Hour</em>
Jeanette Winterson, author
To change Britain for the better, we must dispute the right's depiction that feminism is about "issues".
Has feminism left men behind? The Blue Labour thinker Jonathan Rutherford is concerned that the loss of old certainties has left many men - particularly among the young working class - feeling alienated.
My old friend the writer and academic David Flusfeder and I arrived early at the Ebury Hotel in Canterbury for a dinner after a literary event at the University of Kent.
Children’s authors are rarely asked for their opinion on how to get children reading. Why not?
Both logically and emotionally, the line between abortion and infanticide is less clear-cut than it
Rebekah Brooks's horse is the £1,645 duck house of Hackgate.