Tess Finch Lees: The Pen is Mightier than the Sword

In the Press

Jeremy Corbyn, are you really with your foot soldiers on a second vote?

The Guardian

Here's why the Northern Ireland backstop is so crucial – and why Brexit hardliners are sabotaging democracy

The Independent

Anyone who thinks Brexit won't bring back violence to Ireland doesn't understand the Good Friday Agreement

The Independent

Growing up in Dublin, I had to crowdfund for my friend to get an abortion. This week, I've paid for another girl to go home to vote

The Independent

Philip Dunne, sacked after his NHS remarks, must now face his constituents

The Guardian

The island of Ireland wants to move on from the past � if Brexiteers will let it

New Statesman

MPs must vote against a morally and economically bankrupt Universal Credit

New Statesman

The Tories attacked Diane Abbott like a pack of hounds, but it backfired

New Statesman

My 9-year-old sold the Big Issue and revealed the truth of Brexit Britain

iNews

Brexit is not the high point of democracy � it's the greatest fraud ever perpetrated in British politics

The Independent

Corbyn Coup Misjudges Public Mood

The Huffington Post

I watched helplessly as my two-year-old brother was mauled by the family dog

The Independent

Corbyn NHS Message De-railed By Branson

The Huffington Post

When I realised I lived in an area with grammar schools, I moved house for the good of my kids

The Independent

The United Nations must investigate chemical weapon charges against Sudan

iNews

If Female Labour MPs Want to Tackle Misogyny They Should Denounce Austerity

The Huffington Post

Now my eight-year-old thinks he could be deported, it's time to face the truth about immigration and the EU

The Independent

The media must give Jeremy Corbyn a fair hearing

The Independent

Don't think Jeremy Corbyn is a worthy leader? Maybe it's time to leave the Labour party

The Independent

It's obviously old people who are destroying the NHS, isn't it?

The Independent

I've worked closely with paedophiles � we must never downplay the horrors of what they do

The Independent

Suffragettes died for my right to vote, so don't tell me that I shouldn't vote for Jeremy Corbyn

The Independent

Now we've changed our minds about Syrian refugees, we need to stop ignoring those in Calais

The Independent

Equal pay: Evening up salaries would also benefit men who are under pressure to work longer hours

The Independent

This is no time for the UN to abandon Darfur

The Independent

TTIP: Here's why MEPs have been protesting it, and why you should too

The Independent

The NHS Conspiracy of Silence

The Huffington Post

Child sex abuse inquiry: Finally, the appointment of someone that survivors can trust

The Independent

Charlie Hebdo: Mockery is a weapon to be aimed at the powerful, not at the marginalised and disenfranchised

The Independent

Is Britain not bothered about raped children in Darfur?

The Independent

Darfur peace mission chaos is revealed

The Independent

What Happened to Guildford Four's Gerry Conlon 'Should Haunt us Forever'

The Huffington Post

Let's make Sudan safe for little girls like Roa

The Independent

The international response to the continuing genocide in Darfur is marred by indifference and incompetence

The Independent

It's St Patrick's Day but Let's be Honest, There's Not Much to Celebrate

The Huffington Post

On Darfur, it�s shhh, don�t mention Sudan�s President Omar al-Bashir who is accused of crimes against humanity

The Independent

Nelson Mandela's Death Leaves a Vacuum of Moral Leadership

The Huffington Post

Whether it's Typhoon Haiyan or Rana Plaza, why are some victims more worthy than others?

The Independent

The UK's approach to female genital mutilation isn't working

The Independent

It's not Gloria de Piero's boobs that are controversial. It's her brains

Feminist Times

Britain Is Failing Victims of Female Genital Mutilation

The Huffington Post

Another slap in the face for struggling families

Open Democracy

50 Years Ago Martin Luther King Had A Dream

The Huffington Post

Why Men Are Dying For Work

The Huffington Post

When the Words "Body Bag" Were Uttered, I Would've Agreed to Pose Naked in Playboy

The Huffington Post

Porn on the High Street? It's Only a Bit of Harmless Fun!

The Huffington Post

To cure the Met's race bias, start at the top

The Independent

Global Financial Crisis Caused by Greedy, Incompetent Men. Who Knew?

The Huffington Post

Women need to embrace inequality, not fight it

The Independent

The scandals over Jimmy Savile and Newsnight show the BBC can either modernise or die. Having a full time Chairman would be a good start

The Independent

South Sudan needs our help, not our silence

The Independent

Sutcliffe is a danger, mostly to himself

The Independent

Phillips has done harm to a worthy cause

The Independent

No, Darfur hasn't been 'solved', whatever the media suggest

The Independent

Gardner's row over "Black Man's willy"

The Voice

It's business as usual at the BBC

The Voice

'Britishness' or the Daz whiteness test?

The Voice

Tories in the Goldilocks Zone?

The Voice

The elephant in the room

The Voice

40 years after the Race Relations Act, where are we?

The Voice

Women honoured for their achievements

The Bucks Herald

Racist! How dare you?

Broadcast Magazine

Issue being raised in the boardroom

Financial Times

The Butchers of Khartoum

The Voice

Africa is not just for Christmas

The Guardian

Do You See What I See? - The Invisible Hand of Institutional Sexism

New Academy Review

Exposing sexism is just one step on the road to equality

Personnel Today

'Sexist' Sunday Times ad angers female readers

Personnel Today

Artwork by Jonathan Maris