Julie Bindel

The Bitter Battle For The Soul Of Bradford West

Whatever the result on May 7, Labour candidate Naz Shah’s campaign against George Galloway has revealed divisions among Muslim voters

Culture Shocker

A stark warning about cultural relativism

Minister for what?

Lynne Featherstone is not up to the task

Muslim Women Deserve Better than Sharia Law

Feminist campaigners are outraged by the Law Society's advocacy    of a code that protects violence and enshrines legal inequality

This Expat Paradise is a Woman’s Nightmare

Dubai may be a popular holiday destination but it is also a human rights quagmire for women

Overrated: Margaret Hodge

Why has the new darling of the media class has not been taken to task for the child abuse scandal that happened on her watch in Islington?

The Ordeal of Muslim Women: No More Excuses

Those who try to halt FGM and other violence or abuse must expect to be accused of Islamophobia — but the tide is turning

Abetting Abusers

‘Half a million cases of domestic abuse were reported last year. It is time for radical action’

A Party Overrun by Lads and Libertines

The dearth of women at the top of the party and a laid-back approach to sex has left the Lib Dems open to accusations of sleaze and sexism

Women Come Last in Syrian Refugee Camps

'The low status of women in Syria and other Arab nations — as well as the cultural relativism practised by the agencies mandated to protect them — has resulted in abuse and violence'

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"