UK Company Coexist Is Launching A ‘Period Policy’ And It’s Not Shy About Telling Everyone

A Bristol-based company is introducing a ‘period policy’ for its female workers, based on the idea that paying attention to employees’ monthly menstrual cycle can be “good for business”. Social enterprise company Coexist plans to let women have extra time off during their period, and tap to their employee’s natural cycle to create a “happier…

These Unicorn Shoes Are Some Amazing Next-Level S**t

Since unicorn-everything has taken over the world, it was only a matter of time before someone, somewhere created miniature baby-like versions for our feet. Brought to our attention by Cosmopolitan, Irregular Choice have launched a unicorn-inspired shoe line.  And we’re torn between: fugly or fabulous?  Irregular Choice Made from all the shiny, colourful elements required…

Fearne Cotton Reveals When And Where Her ‘Fearne On Fashion’ Pop-Up Shop Will Be

Fearne Cotton has revealed when and where her fashion pop-up shop will be held. Cotton has been curating a collection of statement pieces from the likes of Matthew Williamson archive, William Vintage, Mary’s Living and Giving Shop and her very own wardrobe, which will be available to buy on Friday 3 March at River Island Style…

Term-Time Holidays: Isle Of Wight’s Jon Platt’s Legal Battle Reaches Supreme Court

The legal battle over whether parents can take children on term-time holidays will reach the Supreme Court today (31 January). In 2016, Jon Platt won a landmark High Court ruling blocking a £120 fine for taking his daughter to Florida, US, during term-time without a school’s permission. Two judges declared that Platt was not acting “unlawfully”…

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