With the news of the introduction of gender quotas for businesses in the Netherlands this month, Emily Bell considers the arguments for and against such quotas as a means of achieving diversity in the workplace.
As I interview Hilary Benn, MP for Leeds Central, it is obvious that he’s been here many times before. Having held the same office for twenty years, Benn is a seasoned politician. Perhaps this comes […]
Boris Johnson’s newest cabinet was, as he would like to have us believe, carefully selected to “reflect modern Britain”; and in terms of diversity, it seems to be a historically progressive selection of politicians. However […]
Unless you have been living under a self-imposed anti-Brexit rock you will know that last week brought with it the Supreme Court ruling that Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was unlawful. Much of this ruling […]
How wonderful it is watching Boris Johnson have tantrums at the dispatch box, but as the Conservative Party implodes the opposition cannot afford to stretch out on the front bench. The Conservatives are weaker than […]
A couple of weeks ago, Jeremy Corbyn promised a glimmer of hope to a (spiritually) bereft nation following years of insecurity and uncertainty over downtrodden Britons’ futures. No, this wasn’t a grandiose, Momentum-esque policy reveal, […]