Recent research has shown that people born between the late ’80s and millennium are having less sex than ever. But is anyone really surprised?
It took eight months for The Times to be held accountable for a series of front pages which may well have whipped up Islamophobia. It's too little, too late.
Labour is not immune from the prejudice that permeates our society, writes Dawn Foster, but the left can do better than take advice from the Tories.
After the attack on Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, Jeremy Corbyn called for ‘a decisive and proportionate response’. That's perfectly reasonable, thanks.
Ignore the outrage of the right-wing press at Corbyn's warning to fantasist media moguls, writes Dawn Foster. They're just angry that the game is up.
From Clinton to Kinnock, Trudeau to Benn, the fact political dynasties dominate progressive parties on both sides of the Atlantic is an embarrassment, writes Dawn Foster.
Despite the seizures and episodes as a child, it took years for Dawn Foster's epilepsy to be diagnosed. Here she writes about life with a condition few people understand.
A society can be judged by how it deals with its most vulnerable – and as it gears up for 2018’s Royal Wedding, the UK is already showing its true colours.
Dawn Foster looks back at how the 2017 general election disproved every line of the British political rulebook.
Brexit's biggest barrier remains the Republic and the North of Ireland's future borders. Here Dawn Foster unpicks what 's happening and why.
A railcard isn't going to fix the housing crisis and zero hours contracts... It's a railcard.
Journalists obsessed with attacking the trans community are placing vulnerable people in danger and turning our media toxic, writes Dawn Foster.