The editors have reserved a decent proportion of space for the voices and experiences of young women of colour
Postscript: Mr Hewetson believes Putin had an ulterior motive for authorising the release of the Arctic Sunrise protestors
Jeremy Pemberton had his permission to officiate as a priest revoked after marrying Laurence Cunnington
Ms Outen clocked up 25,000 miles and had several close shaves on her four-and-a-half year London2London challenge
The octogenarian has committed countless thefts across Europe and the US over the past six decade, according to police
Instead of using either 'He' or 'She', the Rt Rev Rachel Treweek said she prefers simply to use the word 'God'
Smartphone camera at the ready, Katie Grant triumphs at the Selfie World Championships
The leading scientist has been accused of reinforcing sexist stereotypes
The 14-year-old was propelled to fame last month when a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb
Masih Alinejad's new initiative, 'It’s Men’s Turn', urges men to join in the campaign against oppressive laws
'Equality is not a manifesto detail to be bickered over. It’s not politicians’ property, to be doled out as they see fit'
Postscript: Last autumn the trainee teacher from Hartlepool discovered not everybody shared her appreciation of body art
John Giddings, organiser of the Isle of Wight festival, says the star confided in him that he would never return to the stage
'I am a troublemaker – for those governments who want to put pressure on their own people and keep them silent'
Duke of Cambridge says tackling 'pernicious' illegal wildlife trade is 'key test' of humanity’s ability
Money never sleeps, but the co-founder of PayPal and CEO of Solar City, SpaceX and Tesla has earned a little rest