The story about an 82-year-old woman who committed suicide after her benefits payments were stopped is harrowing.
I spoke last year in the European Parliament about the persecution of Muslims in China.
I pray now that Asia Bibi, the Christian woman who spent eight years on death row in Pakistan for blasphemy, can live in peace with her family.
I was shocked to learn women in Derby earn up to £10,000 a year less than men.
I was extremely concerned to read a service for expectant mothers has been placed into special measures after safety fears were raised.
I read with interest that the NHS is to begin a global recruitment drive for tens of thousands of foreign nurses.
I listened with interest to an interview by Matthew Caruana Galizia, the son of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was killed by a car bomb in October 2017.
I noted that violence and sexual offences were the most common crimes reported to police in the latest monthly figures to be released for Oakham.
It is deplorable Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh has been jailed for 38 years and sentenced to 148 lashes after she defended women who removed their headscarves in public.