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Sian Norris

Sian Norris is Byline Times’ Chief Social and European Affairs Reporter

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Antisemitism and Misogyny in the Far-Right: A Toxic Combination

, 7 October 2021
A new report reveals the overlap between antisemitism and misogyny in the far-right – a hatred with a long and ugly history

Rehashing Failure: Johnson Announces Previously Unsuccessful Scheme as Answer to Attracting New Teachers

, 6 October 2021
In a speech light on policy, Johnson announced a 'levelling-up' premium to encourage teachers to move to areas where they are needed most – after a similar 2015 policy was scrapped due to low uptake

Boris Johnson Betrays a Common Misunderstanding of Misogyny

, 6 October 2021
Making hateful behaviour directed at women because of their sex a hate crime does not mean adding cat-calls to the statute books, says Sian Norris

Raab Praises the ‘Second Chance Society’ While Ignoring Government Cuts to Youth Services

, 6 October 2021
The Justice Secretary used his Conservative Party Conference speech to praise youth services giving troubled young people a second chance, while a decade of austerity left those same young people with few places to turn

‘An Institutional Problem’: Four Years on from MeToo, 40% of Women Endure Workplace Sexual Harassment

, 5 October 2021
The 2017 #MeToo revelations of men abusing their power to harass and intimidate female colleagues were meant to herald change – but, in 2021, too many women still face sexual harassment at work while court delays risk denying them justice

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