This story starts for me on Strood high street, about four years ago. It was a cold, wet, windswept night, the kind that makes the perfect counterpoint to the kind of quiet desolation that permeates Medway’s neglected town centres.
Objectifying women to me more or less spells out there being a risk of danger because men are made to believe that because a woman wants to wear a low cut top on a particular evening means that she also wants a lot of other things. But then again, Casino’s probably don’t care about that.
The Medway Towns’ safeguarding child care has been rated as wholly unacceptable by Ofsted
Every day throughout the world, International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on 8th March. IWD is a celebration of the achievements, talents and work of women all over the world.
We are already aware of examples including families who have members in the armed forces who will have their income cut, individuals who have care needs who will have their income cut, even those who have suffered the absolute tragedy of their child dying faces the prospect of their income being reduced – this, in my view, is completely unacceptable.