The Guardian – ‘Feminist approach’ to cancer could save 800,000 women’s lives a year

The Guardian leads with a study, published in the Lancet and drawing on evidence from 185 countries, that says a “feminist approach” to cancer treatment could save the lives of 800,000 women globally every year. 

The paper says the study found that “gender inequality and discrimination are reducing women’s opportunities to avoid cancer risks and impeding their ability to get a timely diagnosis and quality care”.

The front page features an image of Joe Biden as he became the first president to join workers on the picket line. 

Why is there no PMQs today?

Why is there no PMQs today? 

Why is there no PMQs today?  There will be no Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) today as the House of Commons

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