Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She has presented BBC Radio 4’s Week in Westminster and is a regular panellist on BBC1’s Sunday Politics.
The abuse of women on the internet, like the hacking of female celebrities' naked photos, is not just intended to hurt the individuals involved. These are deliberately outrageous acts designed to create a spectacle and to instil fear in a target population - in other words, terrorism.
A video claiming to show the killing of another kidnapped American journalist, Steven Sotloff, has been released.
One of the biggest lies about obesity is that it’s simply about eating too much and not doing enough exercise – problems are often far deeper rooted.
What we're doing to tackle the “7 per cent problem”.
"The law needs a swift and minor change so that there is a 'rebuttable presumption' that all those visiting war areas without notifying the authorities have done so for a terrorist purpose," says the Mayor of London.
With Peter Capaldi about to step into the Doctor’s shoes, two passionate Whovians talk to Helen Lewis about favourite companions, gender politics and missing theremins.
There is certainly space in British politics for a party beyond the edge of Labour, but a left-wing alternative has yet to emerge.
A new exhibition at the Barbican shows how the technology behind video games is turbocharging the human imagination. But is it art? (Yes.)
Solnit’s lead essay became a viral sensation because many women recognised the experience of having their expertise instantly dismissed because of the lady-shaped package it came in.
The shadow work and pensions minister says that Labour would not "throw good money after bad" on the troubled benefit.
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