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Heart surgeon Amal Bose charged with sexual assaults against staff at Blackpool Victoria Hospital

A senior heart surgeon has been charged with 14 counts of sexual assault against women at Blackpool Victoria Hospital. Amal Bose, 54, who was formerly…

By Hayyin Fan
Embracing apologies: A call for law reform

The law on apologies in civil cases could soon be reformed offering a vital step forward for survivors of negligence, abuse or personal injury. The…

By Abbie Hickson
Care home worker, William James, sentenced to life in prison for sexual abuse of residents

Support worker, William James, who has previously been known as Stephen Umney, has been sentenced to life in prison for sexual abuse of vulnerable residents…

By Julia Jensen
Doctor found guilty of sexual assault at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Wycombe General Hospital

Salman Qureshi has been found guilty of two counts of historic sexual assault against women at Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Wycombe General Hospital. Qureshi pleaded…

By Abbie Hickson
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
Former Hampshire police officer Gerard Hutchings charged with sexual offences

Gerard Hutchings, a former police officer who worked in Hampshire has been charged with 29 offences of sexual misconduct relating to 18 complainants. The alleged…

By Joseph Carr
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
The routes to justice for abuse survivors: Is a criminal or civil case best for…

When someone has sadly been abused and makes the brave decision to seek justice, the first (and often, only) option they think of is to…

By Emma Barrow
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
Music industry has ‘tidal wave’ of sexual abuse cases

The Women and Equalities Committee have opened an inquiry into ‘misogyny in music’ in relation to their work regarding preventing violence against women. The aim…

By Thomas Beale
Luis Rubiales scandal is not isolated - why women in sport need more protection

Luis Rubiales, the now ex-President of the Spanish Football Federation, grabbed headlines around the world when he kissed player Jenni Hermoso after the Women’s World…

By Julia Jensen
Female surgeons sexually assaulted while operating

A study commissioned by the Working Party on Sexual Misconduct in Surgery reports that in the past five years, nearly one in three female NHS…

By Thomas Beale
Internationally renowned conductor accused of bullying and harassment

It has been reported that Sir John Eliot Gardiner, a renowned classical music conductor, punched and slapped William Thomas, a bass soloist, after a performance…

By Thomas Beale
Westminster branded a “toxic workplace” for sexual harassment and bullying

Parliament has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in recent weeks, with multiple parliamentary staffers speaking publicly about their experiences of bullying…

By Thomas Beale
UK Police forces allow hundreds of sex offenders to go missing

Police forces across the UK have lost track of hundreds of paedophiles and rapists. A recent Freedom of Information request released data that 503 convicted sex offenders have slipped…

By David McClenaghan
The inquiry into honour-based abuse: a call for change

Honour-based abuse (HBA) is a crime committed by an individual to protect or defend the ‘honour’ of a family or community.  The abuse can take…

By Emma Barrow
McDonald’s broken pledges leads to toxic culture

McDonald’s has allowed a toxic culture to spread throughout the organisation despite signing a legally binding agreement with the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)…

By Thomas Beale
Lucy Spraggan: coming forward about rape on your own terms

Musician Lucy Spraggan has told the Guardian that she was raped during the production of the X-Factor in 2012. Spraggan discusses the rape and its…

By Rebecca Sheriff
Abuse in women’s football - can goals change the game?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is right around the corner with the first match kicking off on 20th July 2023 in Australia. England’s first match…

By Julia Jensen

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