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Britain needs more senior women in politics, the judiciary and in company boardrooms, David Cameron has said, after admitting his wife pesters him on the issue.
Most abortions conducted in the UK are technically illegal.
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Women's magazines should drop articles encouraging miracle weight loss diets from their January issues, a minister has said.
Working mothers face a real-terms cut in benefits as a result of George Osborne's autumn statement, prompting Labour to attack the chancellor's 'mummy tax'.
Women should not be forced into boardrooms via the quota system currently being considered by EU officials, Maria Eagle has said.
The recession is making domestic violence worse, statistics show.
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Nadine Dorries' Christian faith is waning because of the culture in Westminster, she has said.
The left's support for abortion rights stems from its historic relationship with the "eugenics movement", controversial Tory MP Nadine Dorries has said.
Controversial Tory MP Nadine Dorries talks frankly about abortion, Cameron's leadership and her Christian faith.
Maria Miller's call to lower the time limit for abortions fits with a country which is slowly changing its attitudes around ethics.
As Ye Shiwen’s victory demonstrates, it is time to stop separating the performances of men and women in sport.
Westminster's political parties are adopting very different approaches as they try to increase the number of female MPs in parliament.
The political battleground shifted to women voters today as both Ed Miliband and David Cameron made bids to court the female vote.
Equality campaigners have launched a devastating attack on the coalition's treatment of women, saying the government is "turning back time".
A fresh campaign to push for more women in politics faces challenges from both crisis-driven news cycles and the forces of the right.
David Cameron has apologised to anyone offended by his use of the phrase 'calm down dear', in a further sign of concern at gender relations in No 10.
Righteous and radical feminism is making a thoroughly undemocratic lurch for power.
For all the government's faux concern about women bearing the brunt of the cuts, actions speak louder than words.
Plans to win over wavering female voters have been revealed in a leaked government document.
David Cameron issued a humiliating retort to Nadine Dorries ahead of a debate on abortion today, in a further sign the Tory backbencher has irritated Downing Street.