The Rape Crisis crisis
By Nicole Westmarland - 18 March 10:10

Nine Rape Crisis Centres have closed in the last five years, 69% describe themselves as unsustainabl

Scotland leads the way
By Margaret Curran - 18 March 9:39

Scottish Labour politician Margaret Curran on how she ensured that Rape Crisis north of the border g

Talk of Britishness is so unbritish
By Jonathan Calder - 18 March 9:31

Swearing allegiance, a collapsing mine and how a bootleg liquor stall ran into rocky ground

What about rape victims?
By Katherine Rake - 17 March 14:10

We want to see all political parties making the greater commitment of ringfencing proper funding for

Raped by person known
By Davina James-Hanman - 17 March 10:33

Partner rape is an extremely prevalent form of sexual violence and can be particularly devastating

Animal research - a defence
By Simon Festing - 14 March 11:59

Our debate about animal research continues with a call for a more sophisticated dialogue from the Re

Sworn to the Queen
By Ted Vallance - 14 March 11:37

Historical records left behind by exercises in mass public oath-taking dating back to the 16th centu

Booze up
By Paul Evans - 14 March 9:52

The blogosphere is left uninspired by Alistair Darling's first Budget, reports Paul Evans

Bottled Budget
By Caroline Lucas - 13 March 14:56

The Green Party's Caroline Lucas discusses how Alistair Darling bottled the Budget and presented one

Equal justice for domestic violence
By Helena Kennedy - 13 March 12:23

An estimated 600 women can be turned away from refuges, and denied access to specialist support simp

Tactical Briefing
By Jesse Armstrong - 13 March 12:00

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Budget/Madame Tussauds

The art of the aphorism
By Mark Vernon - 13 March 12:00

When are the empty words of political spin profound?

Save the Sisters
By Aditi Charanji - 13 March 12:00

For nearly 30 years, Southall Black Sisters (SBS) has been synonymous with black British feminism an

Total Politics or Total Ashcroft?
By Kevin Maguire - 13 March 12:00

All the gossip from the Westminster Village

A Budget with looming shadows
By Martin Bright - 13 March 12:00

There were no rabbits in his hat. Hanging over Darling's speech was the spectre of global economic u

Gordon and Gertrude
By Peter Wilby - 13 March 12:00

Brown should resist his penchant for US gurus.

My striptease wasn't required - fortunately
By Camila Batmanghelidjh - 13 March 12:00

I would have taken my clothes off in parliament to get funding for Kids Company. Luckily, I didn't h

The war that changed us
By Neal Ascherson - 13 March 12:00

It began with a blinding flash and promises of speedy victory. Five years on the mission far from ac

Hungry for power
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 13 March 12:00

A new dining club unites the Tory MPs closest to their leader. They are young, unscarred by the past

A fair trial is not a “brand issue”
By Clive Stafford Smith - 13 March 12:00

Human rights are trampled in unlikely places: a shopping centre in Reading is the latest example

It's still about child poverty
By Donald Hirsch - 13 March 12:00

For ten years, Labour has been shifting resources to the least well off. Why are the poor still with

The shock of the newish
By Owen Hatherley - 13 March 12:00

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Only radical change will do
By Nick Clegg - 13 March 12:00

We need massive devolution of power to reverse the centralising excesses of Thatcher, Blair and Brow

Sprinkling some Obama magic?
By Louise Bamfield - 13 March 10:10

The Fabian Society's Louise Bamfield gives her take on Alistair Darling's first Budget

“Teaching the British reduces the killing”
By Hassan al-Damluji - 13 March 0:00

"I never tell people about my work. A lot of people have been killed for working with the British or

Rape the forgotten issue
By Liz Kelly - 12 March 12:17

Despite the fact sexual violence affects one in four women the issue has all but disappeared from th

Why I'm backing Rape Crisis
By Theresa May - 11 March 10:31

Conservative politician and shadow minister for women Theresa May explains why she thinks Rape Crisi

It's resignation week
By Paul Evans - 10 March 14:13

Our new best of the politics blogs blogger Paul Evans gives the round up of the week as seen from th

Rape myths past and present
By Joanna Bourke - 10 March 13:02

Popular prejudices estimate about half rape victims are lying, but research shows just 3% of rape al

How Rape Crisis helped me
By Constance McCullagh - 10 March 12:56

How one survivor of sexual abuse turned to Rape Crisis, how they helped her and how we all owe them