Universal basic income is an alternative and radical welfare system. Finland is brave enough to find out if it works
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Explicit account of a "bad date" splinters #MeToo between sexual assault and what constitutes consent
Experts warn the EU withdrawal bill puts human rights in jeopardy, with women, disabled people, and people of color "worse off"
Polish MPs passed proposals for the 'stop abortion' bill that would ban most terminations in the region
Women will be able to watch live soccer in Saudi Arabia from Friday, as the country also holds its first women-only car show
The U.S. president has said he wants to abandon or amend the deal, while European politicians say it is vital for security
One hundred French women signed a letter stating: "Rape is a crime but insistent or clumsy flirting is not"
BBC's China editor quit after learning she was paid half what some of her male counterparts earn
James Damore was fired for circulating a controversial memo that alleged the gender pay gap was result of genetic differences
Toby Young resigned following criticism and a petition for his sacking signed by more than 200,000 people
The future of sex may be automated and sex robots can help the old and lonely. But replacing bedfellows with robots has risks
The U.S. Senate passed a tax bill that would be the biggest overhaul to the country's tax code in 30 years