Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

It’s easy for MPs to miss the humiliating treatment of their own constituents

If you wanted an easy illustration of the importance of a Parliament that looks vaguely like the country it works for, look no further than a tiny consultation issued this week by the Home Office. In it, ministers suggest new guidelines on the treatment of women in custody who are on their periods.

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