Channel 4 News included two pieces tonight of potential interest to those with an interest in gender matters, a link to the programme is here. From 27:37 – 30:50 there’s a piece on Liam Allan, the university student whose recent rape trial was halted when it was learned police had failed to disclose his accuser’s mobile phone records to the defence team, records which proved his innocence. From 30:51 – 37:04 there’s a piece on the gender pay gap, presented by Cathy Newman – because her recent interview of Jordan Peterson amply demonstrated her deep insights into the issue – including an interview with Tony Hall, Baron Hall of Birkenhead, Director-General of the BBC. He commissioned studies which have reported there’s no gender bias in setting salaries at the BBC, so he’s made it his declared aim end to end the gender pay gap at the BBC in a short period of time. Yes, that makes sense.
About Mike Buchanan
Mike Buchanan is an anti-feminist British men's rights activist (MRA). He led this political party since its launch in 2013 until May 2020, then handed over the leadership to Elizabeth Hobson and became the party chairman.
J4MB remains the only party in the English-speaking world campaigning for the human rights of men and boys on many fronts. Those rights are assaulted by states' actions and inactions in many areas, almost always to privilege women and girls. 20 such areas were explored in the party's 2015 general election manifesto.
Mike was a business executive for 30 years before taking early retirement in 2010. He's written 10 books and is also a publisher. His last three books have been concerned with gender and gender politics, the most recent being Feminism: the ugly truth (2016).