Tag Archives: Equality

Childcare is no panacea when it comes to getting women into work

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Policy on childcare continues to promote a conservative view of women’s roles in the home and labour market. It’s time for a new approach.

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Ed Miliband might make you cringe, but if you care about inequality he’s the only option you have

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Rampant and unjustifiable inequality is the biggest issue Britain faces, and he gets it.

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Ed Miliband must talk about the thing he’s passionate about – rampant inequality


Talk about inequality again, Ed. Get angry about it. You’ll be surprised how many people are with you.

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How can women break the pay glass ceiling?

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What can be done to break the glass ceiling and get more women off the sticky floor?

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It isn’t just child poverty that limits social mobility; inequality does too


The side of social mobility that no politician will talk about: making rich-but-dim children downwardly mobile.

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Inequality: where Labour really did ‘crash the car’

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It isn’t just wealth that concentrates; opportunity does too.

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Elitism and social discrimination persist, but what is to blame?

We should be clear: schools, universities, and leading firms all have a part to play in the continuation of elitism and social class discrimination

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New ONS figures reveal the startling state of health inequality


Men living in the most deprived areas of the country will live almost 20 years less than those in the least deprived areas.

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Blair playing down his wealth is a reminder that we need to tackle inequality

Blair was right, Labour does need to move out of its ‘comfort zone’ – the comfort zone of refusing to discuss inequality.

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This government has been a disaster for disabled people

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Under this government, disabled people are twice as likely to live in poverty as non disabled people.

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