What the Cancellation of the Sarah Everard Vigil Meant for Women

What the Cancellation of the Sarah Everard Vigil Meant for Women

The disappearance and death of Sarah Everard has sent shock waves through the Met and across wider society, sparking conversations about the safety of women in the UK, after women were denied the right to hold a vigil in her memory. It was the first week of March that a missing person’s poster started to circulate on social media with no attention from elsewhere. It was six days after being last seen, that a Metropolitan police officer was arrested in connection with the disappearance of Sarah Everard. On March 3, Sarah Everard was walking home via Clapham Common, from a...

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