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While it should be commended that the major political parties are at least acknowledging the role of fathers in the modern age, we need to be careful of delivering soundbites with little real change, and instead focus on the policies and conversations with employers that drive much more real equity in a balanced parenting world.
If you are constantly being exposed to the same kind of stories through your social media feeds and you find that agree with
This chance to gather together, debate and celebrate is an assured first step only 18 months after the Women's Equality Party - having ignited recognition in so many people eager for change - became a revolutionary reality. We shoulder our bags, my daughter and I. We're heading home.
It's not about Trump. I mean, it clearly is a bit about Trump because he's just been elected President of the United States of America, but actually there are far bigger forces at play here than even him. The mistake would be to allow ourselves to be distracted by the shouty orange thing rather than looking to what's created the shouty orange thing.
Go on, take a bite of my deep fried haggis, you know you want to. It may have taken two divisive referendums but Westminster
The Greens are hoping to build a so-called ‘progressive alliance' with the SNP, it will be announced today. At a spring conference
The elephant in the room is that none of the funding pledges are nearly enough to meet current demand, and the NHS is heading for a financial crisis and soon. On this the politicians were silent, as well as on how the productivity of NHS staff could be increased to offset budget shortfalls...
Update: The Scottish National Party has called on Better Together to disown Ukip's Scotland MEP David Coburn's "ludicrous
Alex Salmond has been accused of acting like former North Korean dictator Kim-Jong Il by blaming the BBC's coverage of Ukip
In a letter to Miliband, Morgan wrote: "Following a post on Twitter this afternoon by one of your MPs, Austin Mitchell, in