Universities who do not comply with sexual harassment guidelines should face sanctions. At Education Committee, I asked the Minister for Universities whether she agreed:
As a survivor of domestic abuse I say, we should never stop working to ensure there is life-saving support for everyone subjected to abuse:
The Policing Bill is an attack on our civil liberties and must be stopped.
Those living in unsafe cladding need clarity over who bears responsibility for replacing it. They can’t go on paying for temporary interim measures.
Honour-based abuse is commonly misrepresented in racialised terms. It’s time to recognise it as a product of patriarchy and inequality. We need a statutory definition.
The cladding scandal has gone on for far too long. The government needs to stop passing the buck, and do the right thing by constituents.