The Government has responded to research claiming nearly half of artists are sexually harassed in the music industry, saying such “vile behaviour” must be stopped.
Almost half of artists face sexual harassment in the music industry, new research claims.
Universities still need to do more to tackle harassment and hate crime on campus, a report has found.
Scotland’s top civil servant Leslie Evans has been warned she may have to give MSPs more information about the £510,000 legal costs of the botched investigation into Alex Salmond.
An MSP has claimed the abuse suffered by a Marine Scotland fisheries officer, who was taped to a chair, should be investigated by an independent inquiry.
Actress and presenter Jameela Jamil has triggered a conversation involving hundreds of women after she spoke about her experience of street harassment on Twitter.
Top lawyer Gemma White QC has been appointed to lead a new inquiry into the working conditions of MPs’ staff after Dame Laura Cox’s report found a culture of bullying.
Court officials have fixed dates for Alex Salmond’s legal action against the Scottish Government over its handling of sexual misconduct complaints against him.
A woman has told an employment tribunal how she contacted a Swiss suicide clinic following an alleged campaign of abuse from her male colleagues at a government agency.
A 28-year-old Inverness man who bombarded his estranged wife with 238 messages and phone calls in the hope of a reconciliation was jailed for six months yesterday.
Cambridge classicist Mary Beard has warned that although the #MeToo campaign is useful, a “hashtag doesn’t solve the problem”.
Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis criticised a clear “systemic failure” in the criminal justice system as she revealed she fears her stalker will never stop.
Tom Hanks has said there will be a “specific and seismic shift” in Hollywood as a result of the sexual harassment scandal that has rocked the industry.
The prime minister was warned three times about the sexual abuse scandal now boiling over at Westminster, it was claimed yesterday.
A 50-year-old man who continued to harass his estranged wife whilst on bail has been handed a two-year jail term.
“There is no better way of getting pain out than running around screaming down a microphone.”