Tuesday, March 08, 2011

International Women's Day

Today is the 100th International Women's Day. To celebrate the centenary, The Guardian has published a list of the the women that it considers to be "the top 100 social, economic, artistic and political achievers". Amongst their number is our 'very own' Baroness Hale, the first woman and the youngest judge to become a Law Lord, and currently the only female Justice of the Supreme Court. The final list was selected by a panel, one of whom we are told "marvelled: "She's a real troublemaker. She's brilliant.""

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