Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff is a freelance journalist and deputy editor of gal-dem magazine.
The pay gap is a symptom of a wider culture in which black and ethnic minority workers are undervalued and underpromoted.
The Scottish capital is the fastest-growing UK city after Manchester – and has an opportunity to learn from London’s mistakes.
Women should be empowered and supported within the industry, rather than being made to feel ashamed about their jobs.
The inclusion of an Asian woman does not erase centuries of white supremacy.
Profits come first.
Stop Funding Hate, a campaign to persuade companies not to advertise in right-wing papers, coincides with City University’s campus ban of the Sun and Express.
Kensington Palace’s attack on the press, and defence of Meghan Markle, is still being praised. But the prince should not suddenly be seen as our liberal saviour.
People of colour in the UK have different racialised experiences, and to conflate them seems to me to be unwise and outdated.
Everybody needs representation to fight against the inequalities caused by capitalism.