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Posts Tagged: Women
It’s no bad thing to have an MP point out the challenges of being a working mum. Conservatives should take note.
Richard Holden: It’s time for the Government to make more of Tory MPs’ achievements and fewer errors itself
The Health and Social Care Bill contains some important measures that you won’t see splashed broadly across the mainstream media.
Mark Jenkinson: My Twitter monstering. I never thought that saying there are two biological sexes would cause such a stir.
I’m concerned that the Gender Conversion Therapy Bill will criminalise parents who don’t simply affirm their child’s chosen gender.
Green arguments against having children seem pointless when economic conditions have made it near impossible.
Charlotte Gill’s Podcasts Review 4) Julie Bindel with Kathleen Stock, Christopher Hope with Matt Hancock
In this feature, we look at some of the most memorable podcasts of the last few weeks.
The former Minister for Women and Equalities argues that they also should “get a grip” on “broader cultural issues”.
The Prime Minister agrees that “rape prosecutions are taking too long and we’re not convicting enough rapists”.
The Government can help to ensure that one of the faith’s leading authorities publicly stresses the rights of religious minorities and women.
Johnson’s patronage is limited, and the makeup of the parliamentary Conservative Party necessitates keeping such MPs on side.
Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, and Wiltshire have cut off funding. Some Labour councils have also pulled out.
Jackie Doyle-Price and Miriam Cates: The trans debate. Women are standing up for their rights, not declaring a culture war
We would invite Lord Herbert to meet some of the women’s groups, parents, gay and lesbian people, and sportswomen whose views differ from his.
The group founded to campaign for gay rights has become a threat to women, children, and to free speech.
The centre isn’t where he or ConservativeHome or anyone else wants it to be. It’s where it is – “Far From Notting Hill”.
If anything is ‘dunked in 1950s sexism’, in Zac Goldsmith’s memorable tweet, it is the outdated concept of the First Lord of the Treasury’s plus-one.