Wednesday 8th March is the International Women's Day. The campaign theme this year is 'Be Bold For Change', and the IWD website asks people all over the world to fight for a better, more inclusive, gender-equal world.
Although the final chapter in this tale has now been published, those constituents will still be struggling to pay off their debts, and the accompanying interest payments, several months from now. They might not even know they can claim compensation to help get their finances back on track.
When the letter arrived a few months back telling me that I was to receive the Political Studies Association's 'Parliamentarian of the Year' award, to say it was a surprise would be an understatement. It's an honour and a privilege. Being in Opposition is difficult and it's tough - and in a second, unelected Chamber with limited powers it is certainly a challenge. But it's a challenge we have to meet.
People were 'crying down the phone'.
A firm employed by the government to cut people’s tax credit payments has been receiving phone calls from suicidal people
Labour seizes on £34m in 'transitional protection' in same year as £2.2bn cut
The Government has been accused of "picking the pockets" of working families as it emerged cuts to top-up benefits far outstrip
The five things about Iain Duncan Smith's resignation you need to know on Saturday March 19, 2016… 1) HOW SOON IS NOW “As
Chancellor - Childcare Can Help Level the Playing Field and Create a Strong Incentive to Work... But It's Not Doing So Yet
Childcare is a critical part of modern infrastructure. As vital in getting parents into work as any train line or motorway, yet we don't hear the same long-term, national rallying calls for similar levels of investment.
George Osborne will present his eight Budget on Wednesday, but if his previous form is anything to go by not everything announced