A diverse range of occupations matters too if the Conservatives are to show they are not only for the rich.
Posts Tagged: Women and equality
Elitist women now have far more in common with their male counterparts than they do with other females.
This Christmas will not be an easy one for many followers of Christ. As it approaches, the Baroness’s November speech is well worth revisiting and reading.
There are many situations in which gender segregation is perfectly justified, but where racial segregation would cause outrage.
Answer: the latter.
But they’ll still have to meet there. Plus: Cameron gets his way on the EU budget. Remembering Arnhem. And: welcome, Syed Kamall.
In this week’s Foreign Affairs column, the MP replies to our columnist Garvan Walshe, who wrote last week that we share no interest or values with the Saudis
Bob Neill, Shadow Minister for London, has posed an intriguing question: "Robert Neill: To ask the Minister for Women and… Read more »
Oral questions on Women and Equality also took place in the Commons yesterday. Shadow Justice Minister David Burrowes stuck up… Read more »
The House of Commons is debating support for women during the economic downturn this afternoon. Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary… Read more »
Conservative MPs posed questions on women and equality yesterday. Maria Miller, Shadow Minister for the Family, asked about pay equality:… Read more »
Yesterday, Sayeeda Hussain Warsi made her maiden speech in the House of Lords. Like Baroness Neville-Jones, she focused on the… Read more »
Theresa May MP: "Has the right hon. and learned Lady assessed the impact on women of the latest £2 billion… Read more »