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more pictures The Migrants Welcome bloc, Maternity Care bloc and Sisters bloc met opposite the hospital and marched onto the area around the memorial to Jamaican -born Crimean War nurse Mary Seacole for a rally at which a number of testimonies of those who have suffered from these policies were read out.Checks on immigration status have led to deaths and serious illness because some have been refused medical services or have not sought treatment because they fear deportation.

It’s fun and normal, Trump suggests, for men to hang out talking about grabbing women by their crotches and forcing them to kiss you.Many women are used to being treated terribly by men – of those one in five who are sexually assaulted, most are assaulted by someone they know.Even women who aren’t sexually assaulted know from experience that there’s a shocking number of men who hate us for existing.Donald Trump, a candidate whose propensity for offensive absurdity seems endless, may have finally crossed the line when he bragged about sexually assaulting women.That the bragging happened a decade ago doesn’t change the reality that a man who might be president sees half the country’s population not just as objects for his own aesthetic gratification–we knew that thanks to the beauty pageants and the string of model wives–but objects for his physical gratification as well, regardless of how the women in question feel about it.In 2005, Trump was caught on tape talking with the Show’s Billy Bush (at the time, Bush was at Access Hollywood), and Trump brags that because he’s famous, he could do whatever he wanted to women, and was able to “grab them by the pussy” at his leisure.

He likes kissing beautiful women, he says, and so just does it when he wants (“I don’t even wait,” he says – suggesting that he does in fact realize he should have a woman’s consent to kiss her, but feels fine about forcing it).

A row of security men from Templewood who employ the Ferrari cleaners stood outside the building.

Both Templewood and HR Owen have denied responsibility for paying low wages and the UVW is pursuing legal claims for unlawful deductions from wages and breach of minimum wage legislation on behalf of the two cleaners.

When it’s so common to write off the hatred and abuse of women as “locker room banter,” of course many women believe that lie, too–that boys are just being boys, that men don’t really mean what they say. There are a great many men who don’t behave like Trump, who do treat women like human beings and not walking orifices.

This isn’t a thing to be applauded or rewarded; it’s the baseline.

And Trump’s entire adult life, through his 60s, has been a mounting garbage-pile of misogyny. These latest revelations are not, as Trump claimed in his apology, words that “don’t reflect who I am.” They just are the latest of many data points, part of a long, clear pattern. This is where women need to put our collective foot down and say you can’t insult us and talk about assaulting us and still expect our votes.