Category Archives: International Women’s Day

Michael Moore MP’s Westminster Notes – Scotland better off in Union

Michael Moore MP, Secretary of State for Scotland, writes a weekly column for newspapers in his Borders constituency. I have been publishing them on Liberal Democrat Voice. Here are the last two weeks’ columns in full. Special praise is due to … Continue reading

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>Caron’s International Women’s Day Corkers

>Today is the 100th  International Women’s Day and it’s been covered extensively online. Here are a few of my favourites. Kayleigh, one of the fabulous F1 crowd I hang around with on Twitter, shares her thoughts as a woman working … Continue reading

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>Commemorating 100 million missing women – Garterstitch 100’s International Women’s Day Project

>The world isn’t really separated into those who can knit and those who can blog, but I certainly can’t do the former, so instead I’m going to publicise an imaginative project taking place in Glasgow for International Women’s Day. It’s … Continue reading

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