The ‘ask’ of the WASPI campaign is astronomically expensive, and open to legal challenge on equality grounds by men. Better to be honest about it.
Posts Tagged: Women and equality
It is a vital piece of legislation which, crucially, has drawn widespread support from a diverse range of people and organisations.
We need a new law to defend the vulnerable victims of sex trafficking.
Profile: Louise Casey, the Tsar for all seasons – now preparing at Cameron’s behest to take on conservative Islam
To her detractors, she is a loud-mouthed yob. But this brilliant official has become a vital figure in the campaign against Islamist extremism.
Of course, sexual violence can be perpetrated by people of all backgrounds but that does not mean in that specific cases, race, religion and culture are not a factor.
Whether we measure literacy or longevity, infant mortality or sexual equality, the world in 2015 was a better place during this past twelve months.
Angela Eagle’s appearance at PMQs raises the question again: when, if ever, will Labour catch up?
For years, she has been raising these issues in parliament, instigating debates, representing the oppressed, and holding our Government to account.
A description of the person most likely to give national projection to the opposition to Islamist extremism already present among many British Muslims at a local level.
Iain Dale: Europe. Cameron is ready to wave a piece of white paper declaring “An agreement for our time”
Plus: Osborne squeezes the rich till their pips squeak. Prime Minister Corbyn, and other fantasises. Stephen McPartland has balls of steel. And: No breast jokes here.
The Education Secretary sets little stock by values which differ from her own, and elevates economic productivity as the only measure of personal decisions.
It is the Conservative Party which produced the first ever female MP, the first lesbian leader in Ruth Davidson and the first female Prime Minister in Margaret Thatcher.
Women have their freedom of movement curtailed in ways that most men don’t even have to think about.
All that is required to deliver employment equality for people of a different colour is the political will.
So, will the National Living Wage do much to help?