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Women we love

This International Women’s Day (8 March), we salute five females who empowered us in 2018

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JODIE WHITTAKER

Jodie broke barriers in TV – and totally bossed it – when she was cast as the first-ever female Doctor in Doctor Who, with a whopping 10.9 million viewers tuning in to the first episode.

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AMIKA GEORGE

Amika launched the #FreePeriods campaign after discovering one in 10 British girls is unable to afford sanitary products and misses school as a result. The teenager’s efforts helped secure £15 million in government funding.

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BRYONY GORDON

Bryony ran the London Marathon in her underwear, with friend Jada Sezer, to take a stand against body shaming and promote body confidence and fitness for everyone.

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JACINDA ARDEN

Jacinda became the first prime minister in New Zealand’s history to have a baby while in office. Daughter Neve Te Aroha was also the first bub to be present in the United Nations General Assembly Hall, where her mum was speaking at a peace summit.

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JAMEELA JAMIL

Jameela launched the ‘I Weigh’ movement on social media after seeing a post defining the Kardashians solely by their weight. In response, Jameela encouraged women to ‘see how amazing we are’ and to ‘look beyond the flesh on our bones’.

Words Rosie Benson Photography Getty Images, Shutterstock

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