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Do they know no history?

Liberty, a far-left pressure group (remember, they said the right of strikers was greater than the right to work during the miners’ insurrection in 1984), run by the egregious, smug, jumped-up minor lawyer Shami Chakrabarti, whom the BBC think they must have on Question Time about every other week (presumably on the grounds that she ticks the BBC’s boxes, i.e. 206 more words


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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee takes top spot in

#ThisBook campaign to find the most life-changing novels written by women. 482 more words

The Bailey's Women's Prize For Fiction (2014 - )

Conversations about Eleanor Marx: Shami Chakrabarti

Shami Chakrabarti, a barrister, is the director of the British civil liberties organisation, Liberty and was an adviser to the Leveson Inquiry. She is Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University and writes regularly for the British and overseas press.  2,624 more words


Women In Leadership: What Needs to Change?

St Paul’s Cathedral with its entrenched traditions and ancient historic resonance acted as a playground for feminist thought as Liz Bingham, Shami Chakrabarti CBE, Ceri Goddard, Revd. 1,888 more words

Writing about this topic has been real hard. I kept typing and deleting for days, I felt my words weren’t enough to explain how I felt when I actually saw Vivienne. 1,019 more words

Women In Media

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By Beatrice Zacco In March 2014 a number of Middlesex Journalism students were offered the opportunity to blog for the Women of the World Festival at Southbank Centre. Below is an example of one such article, reblogged from Beatrice's personal blog.