Sarah Everard

The feminist fix: Make the Sarah Everard inquiry a statutory investigation of internalised police misogyny

By “othering” officers like Wayne Couzens, the Met absolves itself of all culpability and responsibility

Why did Sarah Hussein’s death not attract anything like the interest in Sarah Everard?

Anti-carceral activists want to shut prisons, but ignore sexual offenders

Government plans to send undercover police into nightclubs are absurd and destructive

In the wake of Sarah Everard’s death, why has no one acknowledged that Lockdown has provided the ideal conditions for which violence against women can thrive?

Sisters Uncut have more in common with the thuggish police officers from the Clapham Common vigil than they would care to admit

The officers at Clapham Common were misguided, but hijacking Sarah Everard’s death for a political agenda disrespects her memory

Calls to change public life to protect women set a bad precedent for the way in which we view women’s freedom