Kathy Gyngell: Britain’s land girls refuse to dance to the BBC’s gender equality tune

Jill Kirby: No, Home Secretary, Clare’s Law will not save women’s lives

Laura Perrins: Feminists – they just don’t get it

  • Sharon James: Politicians break the bonds of family love

    Kathy Gyngell: International moaning day – feminism’s main achievement

    Jill Kirby: Only women can rescue marriage


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