Women of Westminster by Rachel Reeves MP tells the tale of some of the 491 female politicians who have been elected to parliament since women were first eligible to stand in 1918. Kate Murray reviews the book.
CLAIRE AINSLEY: To combat declining public support for social security, our system must be designed in a way that recognises that we all have a stake in its future.
SARAH OWEN: Lives are being damaged by the rollout of universal credit and many of those worst hit are struggling in low-paid work.
STEVEN LONGDEN: Proposals to abolish privately funded schools are being actively resisted by the Labour party.
KARIN SMYTH MP: Let’s say it how it is. Private schools are holding our communities back.
SARAH SACKMAN: Danny Dorling brings a geographer’s eye to the study of inequality but is never overly wonky.