The Home Office U-turned on Ilesanmi's case following the prime minister's intervention

The Lola Ilesnami case highlights the Home Office’s failings

Women are left at risk of poverty and abuse because of the Home Office's failings

"Boots say they receive "frequent" complaints from people who "voice their disapproval" that the company sells the morning after pill at all"

Week in review: One step forward two steps back for women's equality

There may be a female Doctor Who, but pay gaps and reproductive rights show there's a long way to go.

"The half-formed thoughts of leading Brexits have smashed into the brick wall of reality"

Brexiters are coming apart at the seams

The eurosceptic project is in a state of emergency.

"What is most amazing is that May, like Trump, ever believed such secrecy could hold in the modern world"

Prime minister of secrets

The short, closed premiership of Theresa May

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"Pay and exploitative employment are the real problems faced in modern Britain"

Labour's plans for a real living wage would be life changing for many people

A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty

"They refuse to acknowledge the problems working class people of this country face day in, day out"

Budget Tories out of touch once again

The government's incompetence has shifted attention away from the real issues at hand

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