Manchester is my home, and it’s just as interesting and vibrant as Britain’s capital
Who in their right mind thinks that a picture of someone eating a sandwich could sway someone's voting choices?
As long as we continue to drool over images of girls under sixteen, we reinforce the assumption that women are only valuable when they are young
As the #Milifandom hashtag trend proves, young voters want someone who can face down bullies like Rupert Murdoch
I have suffered for nine years, and at a very low point in my illness was told by a GP that I just needed to "eat a baked potato"
Instead of awarding innovation, the magazine has given a big pat on the back to the usual mix of repetitive white men and tax avoiders
More people are unhappy or worried about their appearance, according to research
The latest World Economic Forum report throws mud on the assertion that Britain no longer has a problem with sexism
This will make it harder for young people to bully their LGBTQ peers
This is an empty, cynical performance by two straight women
Too often displays of affection in public attract male leering
Innovative horror is meant to push boundaries. Too much falls back on misogyny
The UK university system is not the meritocracy it purports to be, Harriet Williamson believes
Don't be 'that' person in a club. The wailing drunk mess doesn't do any favours, least of all to attitudes surrounding club manners...
Graduation is the final university lesson in out-dated expenses and stressful encounters, says Harriet Williamson
In the next month or so, your year's worth of dissertation hell will be over. Harriet Williamson has a few ideas on how to fill your time