Filing from the frontline of the Channel 4 newsroom. A newswoman's take on what's up, what's down, and what's worth a sideways glance or at the very least a second look.
When I interviewed Johanna Baxter, a member of Labour’s ruling National Executive Committee, last night, it was clear to me how upset she was about the abuse and intimidation she says she’s received. She’s normally a confident, self-possessed person, but last night she was trembling and holding back tears.
As Michael Gove fights for the Conservative party leadership – and the job of PM – his previous life as a newspaper columnist is raising concerns about the range of views he’s
Female journalists at Westminster should speak out about the sexism they encounter – I wish I had.
Finally toy manufacturers appear to be waking up to the idea that make-believe has got to be a little more believable. Mattel has belatedly tumbled to the potential link between falling sales and
This week a legal duty will come into force requiring teachers and doctors to report cases of FGM. Yet Britain is still refusing to give refuge to women who say they’re at risk of being
To some, barrister Charlotte Proudman has provided a welcome insight into low-level sexism. To others, she’s a “Feminazi” who can’t accept an innocent tribute to her good
Since when did being a girl become such a worry? New research from Girlguiding suggests we should all be very, well, anxious about a plethora of anxieties afflicting our teenagers.
The inspirational Dr Comfort Momoh has been supporting the victims of FGM for years, giving her patients hope for a new life.
Lord Falconer thinks Andy Burnham has the best chance of seeing off Jeremy Corbyn’s challenge to be Labour leader. But Burnham’s pitch to voters is no clearer than his female