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Working options

Jane Mansour

In an age where work is less secure and the safety net shrinking, we need a new approach to the world of work, particularly for women, writes Jane Mansour One of the defining moments of the 2017 general election campaign came with the prime minister’s evasive response to a question on nurses having to use…

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Restitching the safety net

Ruth Patrick

Labour has the opportunity to carve out a fresh approach on social security, based on the principles of fairness, dignity and respect, writes Ruth Patrick For lots of reasons, the 2017 general election felt very different from recent battles to secure the nation’s vote. Brexit dominated the campaign trail, and crowded out the space for…

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Shaw and the sun

Tania Woloshyn

Founding Fabian George Bernard Shaw could often be found soaking up the rays in his rotating shed, writes Tania Woloshyn Image: Wellcome Collection Of all the images you may have come across of the illustrious Fabian, Nobel laureate and famous playwright, George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950), I doubt you’re familiar with this one. With all the…