Corbyn has been noted by many feminist organisations for his willingness to listen to their concerns and act upon them.
According to Claudia Mulholland, "Corbyn’s hypothesis is inadequate in explaining historic cases of terrorism" in her evaluation of the Labour leader's claim that terrorism is caused by unnecessary intervention.
With a leadership contest on the horizon and May's bid for power in tatters, don't be surprised if by autumn Number 10 finds itself with a new resident.
Although this will make very little difference to Tory policy on these issues, it is still potentially worrying that they would form a coalition-style agreement with a party that seem so conservative on issues of equality.
"Labour has a proud history of delivering for the British people, and we now ask for the chance to be able to do so once again." George Walker argues.
Voting Conservative is voting against the disabled, those reliant on welfare, children, students, pensioners, migrants, the mentally or physically ill – in fact pretty much anyone who uses the NHS.
Over the last seven years, Conservatives in Government have acted decisively to stand up and increase opportunities for students. Don’t believe me? Just listen to the facts...