It is that one designated day in the year where women can put aside social pressures and internal pressures; and celebrate where we are as women. There are dedicated events, blogs and articles celebrating womanhood and female empowerment and for one day we can step on the head of low self-esteem and enjoy the euphoria […]
“The only thing that will stop my pursuit of an education, is death” – Grace 17, Kenya, 2015 Imagine, one night, you have to gather what you can carry and run for your life. I set out to South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya to meet internally displaced persons and refugees who’d had to do just […]
Madness is a loaded word. It conjures up images of tea parties and padded walls; Oscar-winning film roles from Jack Nicholson to Angelina Jolie; and the stranger on the bus grumbling loudly to themselves about GCHQ. Madness might be a particularly difficult term for the gay community because up until 1969 that’s what being gay […]
Charles and Kate exchanged kisses as they arrived at Westminster Abbey today. The meeting comes shortly after it was revealed that Charles is unhappy with how little he sees Prince George.
This is the defiant note that a schoolboy, 13, wrote to his teacher after being told to pen a letter apologising for talking during a German lesson at his school in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Fraser and Karina McGruer’s boys Alistair and Louis turned four last summer but they delayed school because they were too young. Hertfordshire Council has rejected a plea to start in reception.
At least six dogs are now feared to have been poisoned at Crufts as the crisis over the death of a prize-winning Irish setter deepened.
In pics: 3,000 skeletons excavated at Liverpool Street Crossrail station
At a school in London, the Prime Minister gives a speech in which he says a new Conservative government would prioritise the interests of families
Team of 60 archaeologists work on Bedlam burial site that will serve the cross-London Crossrail line to test skeletons of victims from Great Plague