We need the flexibility and support, now common practice in the private sector, for more woman to come forward.
Posts Tagged: Women and equality
Recent guidance from the Judicial College goes far beyond appropriate and reasonable steps to ensure that transgender individuals are treated fairly.
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If anything is ‘dunked in 1950s sexism’, in Zac Goldsmith’s memorable tweet, it is the outdated concept of the First Lord of the Treasury’s plus-one.
The biggest surprise of the philosopher’s long-awaited Journal of Controversial ideas is what it claims to be controversial.
It should worry us all that a Conservative government is even on board with the concept of a hate crime.
WATCH: It’s “crucial we find effective ways to support victims through the criminal justice system”, says Nokes
She adds that there are “significant problems” with getting victims to come forward.
Therapy and the law. The technical considerations for the Government as it plans a conversion therapy ban.
Badenoch and the Prime Minister have called the proposed ban ‘complex’. Here’s why they did so.
Imposing collective guilt on a group is fundamentally unconservative. I hope never to see our Party dabble with it.
Its response seems more about appeasing protesters than creating credible solutions to misogyny.
Crispin Blunt and Sue Pascoe: The Government must act decisively to win the trust of the LGBT+ community
Now is the time to show leadership to assert that the days of Section 28 are not returning.
I don’t think it will lead to a serious drop in support – but officers will likely not have the same benefit of the doubt after the next such incident.
Steve Baker and Dominic Grieve: Saturday’s vigil, its mishandling – and why we should be wary of this plan for more police powers
Those MPs voting for the Bill today must make clear their intent to improve it later stages – and protect our civil liberties.
Don’t blame the police for failures to hold them accountable. To make streets safer, have more local control.
That there may be as many as three investigations into Saturday’s events on Clapham Common tells us much we need to know.
The Treasury risks being accused of constraining personal choice – and penalising those who want to switch to an environmentally friendly product.