Monthly Archives: April 2012

What About Women? But What About the Men?

Linnéa Sandström reviews last night’s British Government@LSEand Fawcett Society pre-election mayoral debate: What About Women? arguing that the candidate’s unwillingness to include men in the debate offers little for long-term solutions for mothers in employment. This post has been cross-posted from the LSE Politics and Policy blog.

 

On Monday April 23rd, three mayoral hopefuls and Conservative campaigner Victoria Borwick arrived at the LSE to […]

April 24th, 2012|Politics, Society|0 Comments|

Book Review: Tory Pride and Prejudice: The Conservative Party and Homosexual Law Reform

In this post Emma Spruce reviews the book Tory Pride and Prejudice: The Conservative Party and Homosexual Law Reform and asks how far have the Conservative Party really come with supporting gay rights and accepting the LGBT community? Michael McManus attempts to persuade us that being pro-gay rights is a natural stance for the Tories in this chronological take on […]

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