A Labour government would “dismantle the structural barriers” women face in the workplace with new policies of flexible working and increased maternity leave, shadow women and equalities secretary Dawn Butler has said.
Inspirational lives of the women who shaped Scotland hailed at last as writer gives a fresh voice to neglected heroines
HISTORY is written not only by the victors but, more often than not, it seems, by the men.
A PROTEST has been planned in Edinburgh one year after the introduction of the two-child benefit policy.
FORMER Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has revealed she received three death threats in six years as she backed a campaign urging Twitter to do more to stop online abuse.
FOR too long women have been shut out of power and places – and of course politics.
SCOTTISH Conservative leader Ruth Davidson was branded a "wannabe man" in an abusive email sent after the Tory spoke about International Women's Day.