History of Labour women

This series, the history of Labour women, was written by Kathryn Perera for Labour List. Kathryn practised as a barrister for four years, specialising in discrimination and equal pay law.  In May 2010 she stood as Labour’s parliamentary candidate in Aylesbury and is currently the Communications Officer of the Labour Women’s Network. She is writing a biography of the Labour politician, the Rt. Hon. Ellen Wilkinson MP. She runs the website SheBlogs.

For what we have done and for what we have failed to do: Barbara Ayrton Gould

Susan Lawrence: The monocled maverick

The Labour party or nothing: Jennie Lee

Mary MacArthur: the unstoppable power of organisation

Get on and do it: Mo Mowlam

What have you done for the feminist movement?: Edith Summerskill

Beatrice Webb: first among equals

Ellen Wilkinson – forging a new path

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