In her most candid interview yet, Priti Patel talks about her deeply held British values and why she won’t back down to her detractors
The Foreign Secretary, as trenchant in her stand on the Northern Ireland Protocol as on Ukraine, is seen by some as a contender for No 10
America's first female Secretary of State opens up about bad leadership, beating misogyny and coping with lockdown - by knitting socks
The opposition MP the Tories fear most, Reeves is her party’s great hope. She talks about Labour’s future and beating men at their own game
A raw and honest debate involving Caroline Nokes and Jess Phillips showed that #MeToo still hasn’t helped women in Parliament
Her appointment as Joe Biden's 'Veep' was hailed as a historic victory – and the making of a new political star. What happened?
David Lammy's 'dinosaurs' outburst highlights how, when it comes to trans issues, MPs are now deaf to the concerns of female voters
The Labour leader's wife has rarely been seen in public – so what kind of 'First Lady' would she prove to be?
Is the unrepentant MP with the admirable backstory alienating the Red Wall voters her party so desperately needs to win back?
It's easier than ever to raise awareness, but as this week has shown like no other, the result is often less positive than people think
As the consequences of Covid become clearer, the cost to the education of young women is one of the highest prices being paid
Having babies isn’t a problem, it’s a fact of life – so why doesn’t our political system follow the laws it sets for others?
Summits can present a delicate diplomatic mission for political spouses, but the First Lady is well versed in making her thoughts heard
We are a resilient nation so the time has come to live with this virus, rather than hide from it, and give Freedom Day the green light
It's the oddest job, being married to the PM, and the new Mrs Boris Johnson would be advised to pick her role models wisely
As Menna Rawlings has been posted to Paris, for the first time, all key British roles abroad are now held by females
As the Women and Equalities Committee publishes its inquiry on body image, Caroline Nokes explains what needs to change
As the first black leader of a UK political party and now running in the election, the WEP leader says she is living with 'fear pressure'
Life in the UK was an 'unsurvivable situation'? Poor thing! The living hell of that £32 million wedding
As a new report sets out 20 recommendations for the Government to support women, its lead author explains what must happen next
The former leader of the Scottish Labour Party on her joy at having corresponded with the woman she admired, and who died this week aged 92
Fighting against racism is what Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is most passionate about. She explains what can be done to drive real change
Each MP has a responsibility not to put children in harm's way but now they're being asked to do just that
In March, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe will have served her full 5 year sentence in Iran. But there are no guarantees she will be set free
As a report highlights the lack of female ministers on flagship political shows, Claire Cohen unpicks the Government's blind spot
As the Domestic Abuse Bill reaches its next stage in the House of Lords, Baroness Bertin explains why it must go even further