Pupils will return to schools and loved ones will be able to visit care home residents in person as part of the first phase of lockdown easing in England.
All but two mainstream national dailies carry front page angles on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Oprah interview, while warnings over the reopening of schools and news on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe also feature.
Police are to be given an extra £30 million funding pot to target violence hotspots in a bid to crack down on murders, knife crime and other serious offences.
Young women will typically need to work nearly 40 years longer than men to reach pensions equality with them, according to calculations.
Women’s advancement in society has been “set back” by the coronavirus pandemic, and will likely lead to more domestic abuse in the future, Labour MP Jess Phillips has warned.
Opportunities for women in the armed forces have been transformed over the last 30 years, a veteran reservist has reflected.
A new public database recording the number of female statues in the UK has been launched, in the hope of addressing the gender imbalance in civic monuments.
The husband of a British-Iranian woman detained in Iran since 2016 is to stage a protest outside the country’s embassy with their six-year-old daughter.
Train services have been ramped up as schools and colleges reopen across England on Monday.
A “culture of misogyny in the criminal justice system” is working against women and potentially seeing men get away with more lenient sentences, the Victims’ Commissioner and Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales have said.