Opinion: The continued success of Roman Polanski is a stain on the film industry
The film industry will not make any progress in overcoming a culture of rape and assault so long as Roman Polanski continues to be successful, argues Kate Jackson
Government housing proposals not green enough say Greater Manchester Authorities
The governments proposed building regulations will not allow local authorities to set higher standards of energy efficiency beyond the mandated level
Opinion: A ban on activism will not make the Olympics apolitical
The International Olympic Committee claims that sport is neutral but that could not be further from the truth, argues Kate Jackson
Opinion: Unisex sports must capitalise on Fallon Sherrock’s success
Fallon Sherrock was the standout from the PDC World Darts Championships but more can be done to raise the profile of women competing in unisex sports, argues Kate Jackson
Opinion: Jeffree Star thrives on beauty YouTube’s drama-industry
Jeffree Star is often the centre of the beauty community’s soap opera, but why, given his own misdemeanours, is he so successful?
Consultation into ‘buffer-zone’ around Fallowfield abortion clinic ends
While the potential Public Space Protection Order seems promising, anti-harassment campaigners don’t believe the proposal provides a sufficient buffer-zone around the clinic
Consent: why do we still not get it?
The UK may acknowledge that sex without consent is rape in ours laws, but many still believe the damaging myths about rape and sexual assault, argues Kate Jackson