Mumsnet, Gransnet and Ipsos MORI conducted an in-depth study of women's voting intentions, policy priorities and opinions of the party leaders in the run-up to the 2015 general election - and found that the women's vote is still very much in the balance. Take a look at the full results.
Guest post and Q&A: Extensive changes have been made to Special Educational Needs provision. Barristers Natasha Joffe and Samantha Cooper explain the new laws, and on Friday between 1-2pm, charity exec Jane McConnell will answer questions on the thread.
Jojo Moyes joined us for a webchat and talked about the film adaptation of Me Before You, the positives and perils of social media and her measures to avoid cliche when writing male romantic leads (enter the Argentinian male midwife).
Guest post: On Monday, the Royal College of Midwives voted for strike action for the first time in their 133 year history. Here, their chief executive Cathy Warwick explains why - and how the strike will affect expectant mothers.
How to celebrate: Whether you've already planned your haunted house and have face paint and pumpkins ready to go, or you'd rather hide away from the ghastly holiday, we've tips for conjuring up the perfect Halloween.
When a holiday of a lifetime turns into a nightmare, Evie is forced to find reserves of strength and ingenuity she never dreamt existed; or die trying. Don't Look Back is the nail-biting new thriller by Gregg Hurwitz.
Wondering whether to test? Take a look at the most common signs and symptoms of pregnancy - from sore breasts to weeping over TV adverts - and if you're still not sure, mull it over on our Pregnancy Talk board.