Voices

All the King’s Men

Sadie Hasler visits the Museum of London, zones out at some dreary old dry things, but comes alive when a section on The Suffragettes reaffirms that there's still a bit of fighting to be done – and that we're making a new history all the time.

Remembering Helen

An unstinting campaigner for human rights, Helen Bamber died in August, aged 89. Maureen Younger recalls a wonderful example of a life well lived.

In Praise of the “New Men” of Bake Off

The Great British Bake Off isn’t just stirring up Twitter, says Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett, it’s bringing a whole new demographic to the cake stand.

Interview: An LP For The Digital Era

Unflinching and sharp, relevant and radical, British writer Laurie Penny has become a pin-up for fourth-wave feminism. Her fifth book, Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies And Revolution, is a powerful call to arms.