Survey reopened to help government tackle violence against women and girls

The Home Office has released an online open consultation to people in England and Wales to help the development of the government’s Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy.

Police raid parties and issue fines as students flout lockdown restrictions in Covid-hit Leicester

A student who was fined £800 for contravening lockdown laws and attending an illegal party says he doesn’t regret going to the party – he only regrets getting caught.

‘Hello again, my dear wife – it’s been a long 20 years…’

The story of how a Zimbabwean family reunited – after nearly two decades apart. Pythias Makonese tells his story.

Demonstrations against new Polish abortion laws reach Leicester

Hundreds of people in solidarity with Polish women have confirmed their presence at the Piekło Kobiet (Women’s hell) peaceful demonstrations, which will be happening on Sunday at midday at the clock tower.

De Montfort Students’ Union voting ends after a busy week of campaigning on campus

The De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU) is looking to update its leadership team for the 2020-2021 academic year.