The host of the BBC's new Women's Football Show talks about sexism, money and what it's like to be the first woman to commentate on Match of the Day.
She may not have been a feminist, but Margaret Thatcher showed women how high they could climb in Westminster.
A few weeks ago a new British political party was established, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them) I'm the party's leader - and this is our plan to change the face of British politics.
The Conservative party needs training to tackle its "unconscious bias" against women, a prominent MP has said.
Sexual permissiveness has long been a fixture of party politics in the Liberal Democrats, but darker secrets lurk in the shadows.
What happened, who knew and what does it mean for the party's prospects in Eastleigh?
Read Nick Clegg's full statement on the sexual harassment allegations against Lord Rennard, unedited and in full.
Nick Clegg faced one of the worst crises of his leadership today, as his statement on the allegations of sexual harassment by a senior party figure dragged him to the centre of the row.
Reeva Steekamp is dead, but that doesn't stop the Sun using her for titillation.
Most abortions conducted in the UK are technically illegal.
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.
Just one in seven women would call themselves a feminist, a new survey found today.
British women's groups reacted angrily today to comments from an American politician saying it was rare "legitimate rape" victims get pregnant.
The champion of freedom of information is now the master of disinformation.
If we really want to end forced marriage our focus must not be on legislation at the expense of prevention.
Those forcing others into marriage may soon face jail time, Theresa May is expected to announce today.
The sex equality chair talks about breast feeding, multiculturalism and whether you're allowed to say 'calm down, dear'.
Wolf-whistling could technically be made illegal under European laws set to be signed by David Cameron today.
Plans to offer tax breaks to people who hire domestic workers have been roundly attacked by critics.
Opposition to Nadine Dorries hugely controversial abstinence bill is heating up, a day before it is due for its second reading in parliament.
Louise Mensch has railed against her lack of promotion, telling GQ magazine that she cannot understand why she has not been elevated off the backbenches.
Several feminist groups will join forces today to protest outside a porn summit in central London.
A Labour conference event on party policy has been attacked for barring men from attending.