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Time to Listen Carefully

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Within minutes of taking stand to discuss menopause in the workplace, the TV star, Carol Vorderman, criticised Kemi Badenoch for comparing 'women going through terrible, terrible menopausal symptoms with those with ginger hair'. Ms Badenoch, No10's equalities minister, last month dismissed suggestions that the menopause should be given a special legally protected status. She stated the menopause was on a list of characteristics campaigners had claimed should be written into the Equality Act, just like 'having ginger hair' or 'being short' and that a menopause leave pilot for women was being proposed from 'a leftwing perspective'.

Growing up on social media means a generation of children are routinely scrolling through captioned videos on platforms including TikTok and Instagram.So it is perhaps no surprise that, in a recent YouGov study, 61% of viewers aged 18-25 said that when they sit down to watch TV, they choose to switch on the subtitles – even if they do not have a hearing impairment.

Half of college students are likely already using ChatGPT to cheat, experts have estimated.They warn the revolutionary AI has created a cheating epidemic that poses a huge threat to the integrity of academia.Rehan Haque, of artificial intelligence company Metatalent.ai, said: 'We're already at the point where AI can write entire projects, and then a different AI tool can reword it to make AI undetectable.'At present, well over half of students are likely using AI tools to cheat the education system in exams or essays, but it wouldn’t surprise me if that number were already higher