Less than half of schools in England use free period products scheme
Nearly 60 per cent of primary schools and 24 per cent of secondary schools have yet to sign up for the period poverty programme.
Scotland makes history with landmark bill to overturn period poverty
Educational institutions and local authorities must provide free tampons and sanitary pads in public toilets after a long campaign by groups calling for an end to period poverty.
Budget win for tampon tax campaigners but period poverty still a big issue
Scrapping the 5% tax on ‘luxury’ period products is a victory against a sexist tax, but more ambitious plans are needed that could see all women able to access free items