The International Women’s Day debate in Parliament has become a fixture in the Parliamentary calendar giving MPs the opportunity to celebrate, reflect and contemplate the lot of women in British society.
Last week I watched the film Roma, the work of director Alfonso Cuaron drawing on his childhood memories of being looked after and raised by Libo, a domestic worker employed by his parents. The Oscar-winning film follows a maid called Cleo.
This General Election is the most important for a generation. The choice is clear: stick with the Conservatives’ long term plan that’s working or return to the chaos of Labour with more spending, borrowing and debt.