As long as I am vigilant, my mental illness doesn’t define who I am or stop me from doing the things I want or need to do.
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The Metropolitan police commissioner Sir Mark Rowley was responding to figures that show that more than 150 officers are currently under investigation over allegations of sexual assault and racism.
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Women are more likely to experience burnout and overwhelming stress than men, in a phenomenon called the exhaustion gap. Charlotte Davies shares tips on how to break free. Ask a woman how she is ...
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Journalist Rachel Thompson recounts her own experience being the ‘other woman’ – and explores why the misogynistic trope is as alive as ever. You’re now subscribed to all our newsletters.