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7 weeks ago
Exclusive: David Isaac, chair of Equality and Human Rights Commission, urges action to make sure not only the wealthy get justiceFar-reaching powers to enforce equality legislation should be given to the Equality and Human Rights Commission to prevent Britain “returning to the 1930s, when only the[...]
Criminal Justice
15 weeks ago
Did Suzanne Moore significantly overestimate the amount a man ejaculates in a lifetime? Mark Oates, Derek Worthing, Meirion Bowen, Paul Tattam and David Collins ponder the figuresAndrew Barnard (Letters, 2 August) wrote in response to Suzanne Moore’s article (Making babies is beginning to look as [...]
HealthChildren and ParentingHealth and CareGovernment PolicyWomens Issues
40 weeks ago
The humiliation of sitting in soaked underwear or laying on a dirty public toilet floor could be avoided if there was the political willWhat price would you pay for your rights? For disabled people, the price is often dignity. That disabled people are routinely shut out of Britain’s transport, sho[...]
45 weeks ago
How many MPs could get from their constituencies to the Commons by train as a wheelchair user? And what would they do if they could not access the toilet? Very few would be willing to go public about the humiliation caused by the train company as in Anne Wafula Strike’s case (Paralympian forced to[...]

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14 weeks ago
More than 100 social workers participated on expert panels to revise and/or develop 25 NASW policy statements over the last two years. These statements were recently voted on and approved by the National Association of Social Workers’ (NASW) key policymaking body, the Delegate Assembly (comprised[...]