In a terse exchange on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour, the Labour leader struggled to remember the cost of his pledge to fund free childcare for everyone.
The baby's dad appears in only four seconds of the video — and people are saying that's all too realistic when it comes to the division of parenting duties in Japan.
She was also asked tough questions about her role in the White House.
We're not exactly practically perfect in every way…
Ninety-seven per cent of Australia's childcare workforce are women.
Some qualified educators are paid as little as $20 per hour – around half the average wage.
And many women rely on men to sort out their pensions, the Fawcett Society study suggests.
Women who have worked in animation for anywhere from a few years to six decades talked to BuzzFeed News about how things have gotten better — and how they haven’t.
"My key worker is everything," a woman told BuzzFeed News. "I speak to them every day. They're a huge part of my life."
Hoping to replicate labor's success with fast food workers, advocates say they "don't see tension" in twin goals of increasing pay and making childcare more affordable.
"Let's play destruction!" Nope. Via Babysitter Problems.
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Two legs bad, four legs good?