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The number of women and girls killed in England and Wales has risen 10 per cent on last year to the highest level since 2006.
Though naysayers doubt the usefulness of the concept, Labour plans to eradicate gender pay disparity by 2030.
Like the introduction of maternity and shared parental leave before it, the policy is a vast improvement on what we have – but retains many of the status quo's flaws.
Being self-partnered rather than single creates a new status to aspire to – and a new dimension to pressurise.
Our male peers shore up respect and experience; we spend years falling further and further behind.
There's a market in offering toughness on immigration and nostalgia for an imagined past - but it's not one that leads to success, says Bridget Phillpson.
Dressing like a librarian suddenly seems so right.
The news broadcaster and former China editor on being paid less than her male equivalents at the BBC – and why the problem persists.
A few years ago brash, sensationalist personal essays were booming, but good first-person writing has much to teach us about suffering, forgiveness and redemption.
A new rule forces victims to hand police their data, and perpetuates the pervasive myth that rape allegations are false.
Some 38 per cent of women with a mental health problem have experienced domestic abuse.