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We’ll stay silent no more over sexual harassment in the art world | Letters

We’ll stay silent no more over sexual harassment in the art world | Letters

We have held our tongues, threatened by power wielded over us and promises of institutional access and career advancementWe are gallerists, artists, writers, editors, curators, directors, arts
We’ll stay silent no more over sexual harassment in the art world | Letters

We’ll stay silent no more over sexual harassment in the art world | Letters

We have held our tongues, threatened by power wielded over us and promises of institutional access and career advancementWe are gallerists, artists, writers, editors, curators, directors, arts
Build it, split it, blag it: alternative ways to get on the property ladder

Build it, split it, blag it: alternative ways to get on the property ladder

Whether it’s building your own sprawling mansion or teaming up with friends, there are many creative ways to get your own slice of homeNine years ago, a woman and her four kids managed to build a
Chinese agency denies overwork led to young model's death

Chinese agency denies overwork led to young model's death

Russian 14-year-old Vlada Dzyuba became ill after Shanghai fashion week and died after condition deteriorated rapidly The Chinese agency representing a 14-year-old Russian model who died after
Making the most of being a relationship virgin | Brief letters

Making the most of being a relationship virgin | Brief letters

Living independently | Deficit to match tax gap | Holding hands in Catalonia | Pumpkin curry | Mrs May at churchThis is the first time I heard the expression “relationship virgin” (Family, 28 October)
Online divorce extended in £1bn justice system shake-up

Online divorce extended in £1bn justice system shake-up

‘Smart forms’ will bring savings for Ministry of Justice by cutting down on paperwork and processing timeAll married couples will be able to apply for a divorce online as part of a £1bn change to the
Mexicans embrace Day of the Dead spectacle in place of Halloween

Mexicans embrace Day of the Dead spectacle in place of Halloween

Inspired by a James Bond parade scene, festivities including La Catrina are taking over from the once-popular trick or treatPaul del Castillo strolled down Mexico City’s grand Paseo de la Reforma
1m tumble dryers posing fire threat still in UK homes, MPs told

1m tumble dryers posing fire threat still in UK homes, MPs told

Whirlpool, owner of Hotpoint and Indesit, defends failure to change its consumer advice until six months after serious blazeAn estimated 1m faulty tumble dryers at risk of bursting into flames are
'We feel safe': defiant New Yorkers parade on Halloween despite truck attack

'We feel safe': defiant New Yorkers parade on Halloween despite truck attack

Revellers take to the streets in Manhattan just hours after eight people were killed and several injuredNew York attack: five Argentinian friends named among victims – updatesHours after a terror
Why Britain is ditching the weekly shop

Why Britain is ditching the weekly shop

Big supermarket trollies on the decline, while vegetarian prepared meals, juniper berries and Sicilian wine are on the riseJumbo trollies are on their way out, Britain now prefers blueberries to
Animal rights activists and Inuit clash over Canada's Indigenous food traditions

Animal rights activists and Inuit clash over Canada's Indigenous food traditions

Seal meat on a Toronto restaurant’s menu has stirred up a decades-long conflict over anti-hunting campaigns, which the Inuit say threaten their existenceA newly opened restaurant in Toronto sparked
Sony brings its AI-infused robotic dog Aibo back from the dead

Sony brings its AI-infused robotic dog Aibo back from the dead

Japanese firm looks to rekindle its innovative spirit with reboot of pioneering robot pet after nearly a decade on holdPets are great, but in our modern hectic lives it’s increasingly difficult to
Angela Merkel clings to top spot in Forbes 100 most powerful women list

Angela Merkel clings to top spot in Forbes 100 most powerful women list

German chancellor beats Theresa May, Melinda Gates and Sheryl Sandberg to first place, despite hit to authority in electionsHer stature may have taken a hit after the recent German elections, in which
Church of England must tackle sexual abuse and harassment in its own ranks | Letters

Church of England must tackle sexual abuse and harassment in its own ranks | Letters

There is an urgent need for a trusted all-female group to which names can be reported in confidence, says Jayne Ozanne, a lay member of the general synodCalls for an independent mediation service to
Film-maker Brett Ratner accused by six women of sexual misconduct

Film-maker Brett Ratner accused by six women of sexual misconduct

The director of Rush Hour and X-Men: The Last Stand has been accused of a range of unwanted sexual behaviour by Hollywood actorsAccording to a report in the Los Angeles Times, the Rush Hour and X-Men:
Westminster’s sexual assault allegations are already being minimised – here’s how | Suzanne Moore

Westminster’s sexual assault allegations are already being minimised – here’s how | Suzanne Moore

Forget comparisons to the expenses scandal or the idea that it’s just about politicians. This is a problem in every workplaceAllegations of sexual assault in Westminster are being minimised. This
Women will wait 217 years for pay gap to close, WEF says

Women will wait 217 years for pay gap to close, WEF says

Gender parity ‘shifting into reverse’ as World Economic Forum adds 47 years to time needed to reach workplace equalityWomen around the globe may have to wait more than two centuries to achieve
‘One of so many millions gone’: how my cousin’s life was taken from him

‘One of so many millions gone’: how my cousin’s life was taken from him

At the age of just 15, Michael was sent to prison for 11 years. On his release, I tried to helped him start again. Why did his story end in tragedy? By Danielle Allen“Danielle, phone call for you.
Location versus size: househunters discuss the compromises they've made

Location versus size: househunters discuss the compromises they've made

Trade-offs will always be part of a property search, but that doesn’t mean you won’t find happiness in your new homeWhen Arabel Lebrusan’s husband found a new job in Derby, his two-and-a-half-hour
Are you doing too much housework - and is it hampering your career?

Are you doing too much housework - and is it hampering your career?

The enduring inequality of who does most chores at home is an often unspoken issue that has a huge impact on all our lives. Wherever you live in the world, we’d like to hear your experiences of