Both candidates are saying the right things. My own vote will be going to Truss, given that she has been speaking out and acting on this issue long before any leadership contest arose.
Whether or not you want to bin Johnson, it’s important that we give his replacement some serious thought.
It would be far better to improve prosecutions for tangible crimes against women, such as harassment and violence.
“We’ve got to distinguish between some bad apples, people who behave badly and the general environment.”
Whilst he may have struggled over the specifics of women and their genitalia, Starmer is conscious that Labour must square the voters on this issue.
It’s clear that in key areas, women’s and transgender rights are in conflict. It’s time that the Government stop denying biology.
In financial sanctions and diplomatic recognition, the West has the tools to drive change in Kabul this International Women’s Day.
Emergency measures to allow medical abortions to be self-administered at home have put women at risk.
The Reigate MP has made a complaint to the county’s Police and Crime Panel about the Surrey PCC’s pronouncements.
We need to reconnect with 51 per cent of voters pronto. Just not with a pink bus or targeted manifesto.
With a revived night-time economy in Sussex, we will make it safer for women to go out – with specially-branded police patrols around late-night bars and clubs.
Projecting sexual imagery as a form of entertainment can’t continue if we intend to remain a civilised society.
But beware, Prime Minister: there is no divine right of parties any more than there was a divine right of kings.
It’s no bad thing to have an MP point out the challenges of being a working mum. Conservatives should take note.