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Five years is too long to wait for safety changes after marine dies in training

As 20,000 British troops take part in Nato’s largest military exercise since the Cold War, I’ve been thinking about the need to improve safety during…

By Anastasia Bromhead
Government rebuttal of disability strategy criticism does little to reassure public

The Government has hit out at criticism of its National Disability Strategy after MPs said plans were impractical. The strategy, published in July 2021, aims…

By Ellen McGreevy
Christian Horner investigated over claims of inappropriate behaviour

The handling of allegations against Christian Horner raises serious concerns about the workplace culture and safety of women within the motorsport industry. Earlier this year,…

By Thomas Beale
Support for sodium valproate scandal victims proposed – but does it go far enough?

An estimated 20,000 people could potentially access compensation following a report on the sodium valproate scandal. Options for a redress scheme, aimed at compensating children…

By Sally Simpson
Women and Equalities Committee report on misogyny in music

A “shift in the behaviour of men” in the music industry is needed to better safeguard women, MPs have heard. Caroline Nokes MP made the…

By Thomas Beale
Britain’s first Birth Trauma Inquiry launched – and you can help change policy

Parents and maternity professionals are being invited to tell their experiences of traumatic births for a Government inquiry which could change NHS policy. The inquiry…

By Hannah Travis
Top finance firms to be quizzed on sexism and bullying as City ‘still a boys’…

The City of London is still riddled with a ‘boys’ club’ mentality that silences victims of sexual misconduct, the Treasury Committee has heard. Little or…

By Thomas Beale
Op COURAGE – The NHS service supporting veteran’s mental health

The holidays can often be a difficult time for Service personnel who may struggle with their mental health. I wanted to raise awareness about one…

By Phoebe Newell
Op RESTORE – Tailored NHS treatment for veterans with physical injuries

At this time of year, I often think about my clients who may be struggling with their rehabilitation. I wanted to raise awareness about one…

By Phoebe Newell
Women’s health ‘not priority area’ researchers admit – and it’s impacting medical and legal outcomes

Women are being left at the “back of the queue” when it comes to their health, medical researchers have claimed. Reproductive health problems such as…

By Katie Lovick-Norley
Unacceptable lack of employer support for menstrual and menopausal symptoms laid bare in report

Bullied, harassed and victimised. That’s how some women in the workplace say they’re treated if they need to take time off for period-related issues. For…

By Thomas Beale
How PTSD can strike parents after birth due to inadequate maternity care

The Maternity Unit at Hull Royal Infirmary Hospital has recently dropped two ratings to ‘inadequate’. Some of the problems highlighted can lead to PTSD in…

By Mollie Benjamin
Non-Freezing Cold Injury vs Raynaud’s Syndrome

With the temperature dropping across the U.K. as we enter the winter months, it can be a very challenging time for service personnel and veterans…

By Marie-Joelle Theanne
Odey Asset Management to close after sexual assault allegations against founder

Odey Asset Management, one of London’s oldest hedge fund management groups, is closing down months after numerous sexual misconduct allegations against its founder, Crispin Odey,…

By Thomas Beale
Breast cancer: Was your medical treatment negligent?

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in the UK, with over 55,000 new cases each year. Breast cancer can affect both men…

By Katie Lovick-Norley
City Watchdog must do more to stamp down on sexual harassment in firms, MPs told

This year, a record number of sexual misconduct allegations have emerged from women working in financial services, as misogynistic attitudes have spread through various industries…

By Thomas Beale
Labour minister pledges to double employment claim time limit and end 'motherhood penalty'

Labour minister Anneliese Dodds pledged to double the time limit to bring claims to an employment tribunal in a move I believe would benefit both…

By Thomas Beale
British Army resumes AJAX tank production after soldiers lose hearing

A British Army project to develop hundreds of AJAX armoured vehicles is “back on track” after production caused potentially career-ending injuries. The project to build…

By Cameron Upton
Why I'm supporting the Black Maternal Mental Health Week to help the UK's Black mums

The 4th Black Maternal Mental Health Week is taking place from 25 September to 1 October 2023. Coordinated by The Motherhood Group, the week highlights…

By Olivia Boschat
Russell Brand accused of rape and sexual assault

According to a collaborative investigation launched by the Times, four women have come forward with serious allegations against comedian Russell Brand, accusing him of emotional…

By Thomas Beale

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