Business Secretary Sajid Javid says assault against women students is 'completely unacceptable' and writes to Universities UK CEO
Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague
The app builds on the #NotBuyingIt Twitter campaign
After three years of almost unbroken success, the National Front leader Marine Le Pen has begun to stumble in her drive to steam-clean and re-brand the French far right.
The controversial chart-topper is the inspiration behind the production
Laura Bates started blog less than two years ago to document accounts of discrimination 'so niggling and normalised that you don't even feel able to protest'
This is no way for students to learn
The conclusion that women use sex as a bargaining tool is wildly outdated
A growing number of girls and young women suffer from low self-esteem, with three-quarters of 11- 21-year-olds saying that sexism has an impact on most areas of their lives, according to a report by the charity Girlguiding.
The Supreme Court ruling is a reminder that we have - mercifully - moved on from the Middle Ages
The questions she didn’t know the answer to raise other questions
If we keep telling women they are useless behind the wheel, the idea gains currency
The advertisement for Beats Pill, a portable speaker, was ruled as too sexually suggestive for broadcast on daytime TV
73-year-old claims he lost his job with broadcaster purely based on his age
Fittingly for a play which is in part about the difficulties of saying what you think, Virgin is a little unclear as to what it thinks it is saying. EV Crowe’s play aims to explore how far our online lives mirror our offline ones, but the internet felt strangely incidental to her story. It could just as easily have been a marketing project for better roads, or a new hospital, and not a scheme to roll out broadband to rural communities, that the play’s central character, Emily (Laura Elphinstone), is trying to convince her male employers to let her lead. In fact, the play is often at its best when it deals straightforwardly with gender politics in the workplace and when the internet is left, so to speak, unconnected.
Julia Gillard, who was unceremoniously dumped as the leader of the Australian Labor Party, resigning as prime minister the next day, says she was the target of “aggressive sexism” during three years in power.