Harvey Weinstein

Everything you need to know about the Harvey Weinstein rape case

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    Ashley Judd’s case against Harvey Weinstein has been dismissed, but it’s not the end

    The movie mogul has been accused of sexual misconduct by 70 women.

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    From Time’s Up activists to Stacey Cunningham: the women making waves this week

    Highlighting the women who rocked the boat, pushed for change and made history around the world this week

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    Nicole Kidman reveals why women being believed in the #MeToo era “makes her cry”

    She also shared the powerful impact her character in Big Little Lies has had on women.

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  • Fashion

    Priyanka Chopra shuts down criticism over her controversial bridal shower dress

    The actress has been heavily criticised for wearing Marchesa in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Life

    “Why this Black Mirror episode is the most important one so far”

    The Netflix show did NOT shy away from the ongoing conversation about Harvey Weinstein, sexual misconduct and #MeToo

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    How this important new law will help UK workplace sexual harassment victims

    #MeToo campaigners have been calling for this change for months.

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    Helena Bonham Carter reveals the moment when she stood up to Harvey Weinstein

    “Standing up to him wasn’t an easy thing to do.”

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  • Long Reads

    A year of #MeToo: our most powerful essays

    It’s been a year since the allegations against Harvey Weinstein first came to light. A lot has changed

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    Sarah Biddlecombe
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    Rose McGowan pens emotional apology to Asia Argento over sexual abuse allegations

    “I deeply regret not correcting my mistake sooner and apologise to Asia for not doing so.”

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    Kayleigh Dray
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    Why has Judi Dench defended “wonderful” Kevin Spacey?

    The actress has made some honest revelations.

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    Susan Devaney
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    “Why I won’t report being sexually assaulted by my colleague”

    23% of women aged 16-30 have been sexually harassed at work - but only 8% report it

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    Stylist Team
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    Weinstein's victims are being targeted by "barbaric" abuse, says actor who accused him of rape

    Lysette Anthony says she contemplated suicide after coming forward in the scandal

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    Anna Brech
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    Harvey Weinstein is trying to dismiss Ashley Judd's lawsuit against him

    Unsurprisingly, his argument is incredibly manipulative

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    Megan Murray
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    Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to sexually assaulting a third woman

    His attorney says he wants to clear his name so he can “hopefully go back to making movies”.

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Life

    How the #MeToo movement has been influencing baby names in 2018

    And one has become extremely unpopular.

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    Susan Devaney
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  • Opinion

    Why we need to talk about the #MeToo clothing collection

    The movement should never be used as a marketing ploy – especially to sell “sex on legs” dresses

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    Sarah Biddlecombe
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    Rose McGowan pens open letter to those blaming Asia Argento for Anthony Bourdain’s suicide

    “We need to have a conversation about suicide. Blame is not that conversation.”

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    Kayleigh Dray
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    Mira Sorvino didn't feel “important enough” to report Harvey Weinstein

    "I just kind of tried to put it to the side and keep working and go on about my life"

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    Megan Murray
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    Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape in court

    Weinstein is currently free on $1m (£751,000) bail.

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    Susan Devaney
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    “We should be wary of men who want to turn the Weinstein scandal into art”

    Brian de Palma is working on a Weinstein-inspired horror film – but if ever a story deserved to be told by women, it’s this one.

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    Moya Crockett
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