MORENIKE ADELEKE: It’s easy to see why BAME women feel politics isn’t for them.
REBECCA MONTACUTE: Women are still under-represented in politics and public life but the Fabian Women’s Network mentoring programme is changing that.
NONA BUCKLEY-IRVINE: The Fabian Women’s Network mentoring programme is a true example of pragmatic, radical feminism.
MEGAN CORTON SCOTT finds resonances in a sprawling chronicle of the women who fought for the right to vote.
Harriet Harman’s autobiography gives an insight into a sisterhood that has supported many and changed Britain for the better, writes Alison McGovern
Ask any woman who has been senior in the Labour party in recent times – and many who were...
The 418 Labour MPs elected in 1997 kicked out a Tory government. The 101 of us who were women also transformed our politics. Until that election, parliament had been a largely male preserve and that distorted public policy. We had...