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.
MARY-ANN STEPHENSON: Women in the UK are more likely to be poorer than men. Our social security system would be different if it were based around the needs of women living in poverty.
HANNAH PHILLIPS: The pension gap must form an important part of the gender equality debate.
RACHEL BURGIN: With the WIN, BUILD, SEND model, there is no limit to what we could achieve as a party.
KATE BOWEN-VINER: The solution to period poverty involves so much more than simply providing free tampons and towels.
MORENIKE ADELEKE: It’s easy to see why BAME women feel politics isn’t for them.