Polls show Labour boss would be impossible to defeat even if party loses seats at Thursday's elections
Ancient Egyptians held first May Day celebrations, but most British customs have Celtic roots
First black female president of the NUS denies allegations and has promised to fight bigotry
Mobile app insists it was trying to honour the musician's legacy – but users aren't impressed
New government advice comes after North Carolina and Mississippi enact discriminatory laws
The passing of discriminatory law has sparked widespread protest
Matchmaking website to remove adverts from London Underground after complaints of 'body shaming'
Calls grow for ritual to be made a specific criminal offence after revelations that hundreds of girls could be affected
Channel 4 survey criticised for not being representative of UK's Islamic community as a whole
Guidelines hailed by both conservatives and liberals – but gay believers will be disappointed
Select committee warns against 'lack of protection' for bereaved and say families are struggling to meet costs
University guidelines on Indigenous terminology spark angry response from conservatives
The numbers vary, but most agree that a better long-term response is urgently needed
New York college is latest institution to abandon Male and Female signs on doors
Launch of full-length swimsuit in company's London store attacked for 'letting sexism sneak in under the radar'
Researchers find short men and overweight women are at a socio-economic disadvantage
Women in Europe still under-represented in corridors of power, with only three countries approaching equal numbers
India has highest rate of deaths linked to people taking self-portraits, with tourist spots a particular hazard
Elders argue the gadgets distract young women from their studies and 'lead to crime'
Businesses are wary of the new measures while critics argue they don't go far enough