As time draws in on the Labour Party’s 2014 annual conference - their last before what one key Labour figure has called “the most important election in a generation”, what do the plethora of policies and promises made really mean for women, and for tackling inequality between women and men in the UK?From Fawcett’s perspective, given our current focus on ...
As part of a series of guest-blogs during the party conferences, Labour's Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, Gloria de Piero MP, tells us what Labour intends to do to tackle ...
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