The next Government has a responsibility to rebuild confidence in the British economy by placing skills and training at the forefront of its agenda. The Chartered Management Institute is today calling on all political parties to address the skills gap in the UK economy - which will need 1.9 million new, effective managers by 2024, according to CMI research.
Boris Johnson has apologised for the “hurt and offence” caused by Islamophobia in the Conservative Party.
The Conservative party has responded to Islamophobia with "denial, dismissal and deceit", according to a national Muslim umbrella group.
Labour has been accused of attempting to “undermine” an investigation into anti-semitism in the party after unveiling plans to reform the organisation carrying it out.
The next Labour government will aim to close the gender pay gap by 2030, the party has announced.
A top Muslim group has hit out at Boris Johnson for breaking his promise to investigate "institutional" Islamophobia in his party.
House of Commons must lead by example in protecting staff wellbeing and ensuring a positive working environment.
Labour bosses have been criticised after an activist embroiled in a homophobia row was shortlisted to be a mayoral candidate for the party.
A member of Labour's ruling body has come under fire over her "disgraceful" response to a Labour MP who quit over the party's handling of anti-semitism.
Amber Rudd has said there is a "whiff of sexism" in the way Tory MPs are preparing to back Boris Johnson's Brexit deal after rejecting Theresa May's.
A 37% year-on-year rise in hate crime against transgender people should be a “wake-up call" for ministers, campaigners have declared.
The targeted bullying and harrassment of women MPs in the Labour Party is an attempt to silence us and keep us out of the public sphere, writes Helen Jones MP.
Female employment in the UK has risen, but family life and the economy will suffer unless workplace practices are modernised, writes Maria Miller MP
It’s time to be bold on women’s rights – Labour must address the systemic issues, writes Sarah Champion MP
Labour will force all large companies to bring in a menopause workplace policy in a bid to smash the "stigma" women face during the transition, the party has announced.
The Conservatives have made women and equalities a part-time role – we will not allow Boris Johnson to drive us back further, writes Dawn Butler MP
A disabled Labour MP has claimed she was forced to sack a member of staff who helped her carry out her duties after the Commons spending watchdog withdrew funding for the post, PoliticsHome can reveal.
The Liberal Democrats have dropped a candidate after he called for senior Conservatives to be "burned at the stake".
Gypsies and Travellers who have stopped travelling due to old age, ill-health, educational needs or being disabled are being forgotten in planning authorities’ site allocation processes following changes to policy definitions, the UK’s equality body has warned.
Zac Goldsmith has been promoted to the Cabinet in a mini-reshuffle sparked by the resignation of Boris Johnson's brother.
Jo Swinson has come under pressure to take action against the “dinosaur-type behaviour” of a Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate who likened a rival to a “Barbie doll”.
On the 200-year anniversary of the Peterloo massacre Labour and Cooperative Member of Parliament for Manchester Central Lucy Powell MP reflects on the modern challenges to democracy.
Theresa May has hit out at Donald Trump over tweets in which he told ethnic minority Democratic politicians to go back to their own countries.
May Days: Under the reign of Theresa May the statute books became more feminist while the lives of real women got harder, says Jess Phillips