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The evidential problem of evil

The campaign for gender equality in the UK

Women make up half the global population yet have been treated unfavourably compared with men throughout most of human history. There is still a long way to go to achieve gender equality on a global scale. However, in the UK, as in many other countries, significant advances were made in the twentieth century, as Jennifer Goodyer explains

The first general election in which all women were allowed to vote took place in 1929

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Edexcel: AS Religion and ethics

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The evidential problem of evil

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