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blog

Where should Parliament go?

from Serena Kutchinsky

I tackle modern feminism, pop culture and politics for Prospect Magazine


Fit For Parenting

What is wrong with kids today?

from Fit For Parenting

Twitter: @seobelle

Trying to get fit and healthy and learn how to be a fit mother to 2 children boy and a girl, lots of opinions not all pc, lots of wines


Frost Magazine

Echo Falls Alcohol Free Sparkling Infusion Review

from Frost Magazine

Twitter: @Frostmag

A thinker's lifestyle magazine. We cover everything from food, fashion, travel, restaurant reviews, politics and feminism.


Talented ladies Club

Do you say ‘thank you' enough? Why we all need to be more grateful

from Talented Ladies Club

Twitter: @talentedladies

We share inspiration, advice and real life experiences for working, business and freelance mums.


mummysays

Dolce & Gabbana's tribute to mothers – an opportunity lost

from Mummy Says

Twitter: @kiranchug

Mummy of two sharing milestones and meltdowns, and trying to keep the bigger picture in perspective


blog

Self-harm Awareness

from Mrs H's favourite things

Twitter: @mrshsfavthings

Mummy, blogger and charity geek. Writing about the things I love and trying to make the world a better place for Little Miss H to grow up in.


Alexandra Roumbas Goldstein

Film review: Cinderella and Frozen Fever

from Alexandra Roumbas Goldstein

Twitter: @mokuska

Food, fun, family, feminism, and a drop of Disney fandom.


SophieDuffy

5 Reasons to Offer Creative Writing as an A Level Subject

from Sophie Duffy

Twitter: @sophiestenduffy

I blog about my novels, writing, book reviews, teenagers, feminism, popular culture and anything that gets me going.


blog

10 Ways to Add Humor to a Serious Workplace

from Midlife Cabernet

Humorous stories interrupted with a few poignant essays for women over the age of 50 who laugh and drink wine. We're not dead yet!


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Channel 4 undercover investigation into Yarl's Wood detention centre

from Women for Refugee Women Blog

Twitter: @4refugeewomen

Read the stories of women from far and wide in this blog by Natasha Walter. Natasha's a journalist and campaigner who founded Women for Refugee Women to support women seeking asylum in the UK.