jess phillips

"The suggestion that, somehow, we have to change our behaviour once again, I have to say a bit tiring."
Labour's shadow minister for domestic violence and safeguarding claimed women's lives were "not a priority" for the government.
Labour has published its own strategy to end violence against women and girls.
What's in store for Anneliese Dodds, Emily Thornberry, Lisa Nandy, Jon Ashworth and others?
More than 9,000 reports have been posted on the Everyone’s Invited website where survivors can anonymously share their experiences.
“I used to work in bars and there was an attitude that was – ‘he’s a regular, it doesn’t matter that he feels your arse when you’re walking past,” the MP tells HuffPost UK.
Joining Arj Singh, Paul Waugh and Rachel Wearmouth to discuss how to improve things is shadow domestic violence minister Jess Phillips, who calls for cross-party talks, why Liz Truss needs to do more, and also whether the Hartlepool by-election will reveal the direction of travel for post-Brexit, post-pandemic Britain.