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Sarah Everard trial: Wayne Couzens has begun an appeal against his whole life sentence for her murder

Sarah Everard’s murderer will never be freed from prison after losing his appeal

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  • Flowers at Clapham Bandstand for Sarah Everard
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    The Met Police have charged 6 people for attending a vigil for Sarah Everard

  • Reclaim These Streets just won its high court case against the Met over the handling of Sarah Everard’s vigil
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    The Met’s “hopeless” attempt to overturn the Sarah Everard vigil ruling has been rejected

  • Rape alarms scattered on the floor after Sisters Uncut's demonstration last night
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    Protestors set off 1,000 rape alarms to mark one year since the infamous Sarah Everard vigil

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Flowers at Clapham Bandstand for Sarah Everard
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One year on from Sarah Everard’s murder, is the UK a safer place for women and girls?

Stylist spoke to 3 women on the frontline of the fight against male violence to get their perspective.

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Lauren Geall
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Sarah Everard trial: Wayne Couzens has begun an appeal against his whole life sentence for her murder
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The Met officers who shared “offensive” messages with Sarah Everard’s killer have been charged

The three officers will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 16 March.

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Amy Beecham
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Cressida Dick has resigned as commissioner of the Metropolitan Police after being accused of failing to deal with a culture of misogyny and racism
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What the reactions to Cressida Dick’s resignation tell us about tackling misogynistic culture

Campaigners have called it an an individual solution to an institutional problem.

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Amy Beecham
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The number of rapes and sexual offences recorded in England and Wales hit a record high in 2021
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The average rape case now takes over 1,000 days to complete, new data shows

The number represents a record high.

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The Met has apologised for “sexist, derogatory” language used against a woman during a strip search

Dr Konstancja Duff received compensation after she was taunted by officers following her arrest in May 2013.

The UK’s justice system is still failing to convict male violence against women, according to new data
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The UK’s justice system is still failing women – and sexual violence conviction figures prove it

The End Violence Against Women Coalition called it “broken” and “stagnant”.

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Amy Beecham
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A picture of Sarah Everard among flowers
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An inquiry into Sarah Everard’s murder will look into whether any “red flags” were missed

But campaigners say the inquiry lacks the power to address wider institutional issues.

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Lauren Geall
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Misogyny won’t be made a hate crime following a review by the Law Commission
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Misogyny should not be made a hate crime in the UK, according to a review

“The government must act now.”

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Amy Beecham
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Police: data shows more than a quarter of UK police forces ‘do not meet vetting guidelines’
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More than 2,500 police officers are currently serving in the UK without being vetted

The murder of Sarah Everard by police officer Wayne Couzens shone a spotlight on police vetting procedures.

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Amy Beecham
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Female ex-police officers are whistleblowing on male violence against women within the force
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“Sexist and sick”: female ex-police officers are exposing the behaviour of male colleagues

“The police force you see on the streets is not the same that you see behind closed doors.”

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Amy Beecham
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Channel 4 Dispatches: Cops on Trial
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Why everyone is talking about Channel 4’s damning Cops On Trial documentary

“Officers are targeting people they know won’t be believed.”

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Amy Beecham
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Morgan Cormack
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Women tell us all the ways they’re changing their daily routines to stay ‘safe’ on the streets

“The changes I’m making are morbid when you think about it but you can never be too careful.”

A memorial for Sarah Everard in Clapham Common following her murder
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We must prevent male violence against women – not just punish it

As Wayne Couzens is sentenced to life in prison for murdering Sarah Everard, we must keep talking about what justice really means.

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Moya Crockett
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At least 15 serving or former police have killed women in UK since 2009, reveal shocking new figures
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This is how many serving or former police officers have killed women in the UK since 2009

Shocking new figures come as the police officer who murdered Sarah Everard is sentenced today.

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Amy Beecham
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A photo of Sabina Nessa
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“Why do women of colour have to create our own urgency when one of us is killed?”

Sabina Nessa’s death serves as a stark reminder that women aren’t safe and women of colour are rarely acknowledged.

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Leah Sinclair
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Violence against women and girls should be as much of “an absolute priority” as countering terrorism, says report
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Male violence against women should be as much of a priority as terrorism, says report

The VAWG report highlights the need for the “relentless pursuit” of domestic violence perpetrators.

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Amy Beecham
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Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman
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How to take part in the upcoming Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman vigil

The sisters were murdered in a park last year.

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Hollie Richardson
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Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman
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Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry’s mother challenges lack of “outcry” over murdered women of colour

Mina Smallman says her daughters' deaths did not receive the same attention as Sarah Everard's.

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Moya Crockett
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Reclaim These Streets in pictures: powerful images from the candlelit vigil

Crowds gathered at Clapham Common last night to pay their respects to Sarah Everard and all women lost to violence.

Women coming together for other missing women
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“Tonight’s nationwide doorstep vigil is for Sarah Everard and all women lost to violence”

The many women who feel unsafe on our streets are making a stand this weekend.

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Hollie Richardson
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