Justine Roberts

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Mumsnet reports itself to regulator over data breach
Company apologises after bug meant users were able to log into accounts of strangers

Alex Hern

07, Feb, 2019 @3:19 PM

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Nicky Morgan under fire over Mumsnet post on academisation
Hostile reaction from parents to education secretary’s guest post, with her plans condemned as ‘horrifying’

Sally Weale Education correspondent

21, Mar, 2016 @4:25 PM

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Armed police sent to Mumsnet founder's home after hoax call
Justine Roberts falls victim to ‘swatting’ prank, which comes as parenting website is temporarily shut during cyber-attack by hacker called @DadSecurity

Jamie Grierson

19, Aug, 2015 @7:45 AM

MediaGuardian 100
Who are the most powerful people in the UK’s media right now?

Garry Blight, John Plunkett, Frances Perraudin

08, Dec, 2014 @7:00 AM

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Mumsnet founder Justine Roberts: ‘Britain could do with all the political parties being a bit more feminist’
Last week a Mumsnet poll found a distinct ‘authenticity deficit’ in all the main parties. If they wish to persuade women voters, they must change radically, co-founder and CEO Justine Roberts tells Susanna Rustin

Susanna Rustin

04, Oct, 2014 @7:15 AM

Mumsnet backs No More Page 3 campaign

'It isn't what Mumsnet users want for their daughters, or sons'

Roy Greenslade

24, Jan, 2014 @9:03 AM

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Our new year's resolutions for 2014

Stop checking our emails after dark, meet more feminists and learn to play guitar. Here, women of all ages share their resolutions for 2014 – what are yours?

As told to Jane Martinson and Emine Saner

31, Dec, 2013 @4:36 AM

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Justine Roberts | MediaGuardian 100 2013

Job: co-founder, chief executive, Mumsnet
Age: 45
Industry: digital media
New entry

01, Sep, 2013 @7:16 PM

Why Did Nobody Tell Me? by Natasha Joffe and Justine Roberts – review
By Victoria Segal

Victoria Segal

11, Sep, 2012 @3:00 PM

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David Cameron, we have a few questions for you…

From Piers Morgan to Polly Toynbee, Jemima Khan to Jarvis Cocker – David Cameron takes questions from public figures who want answers

Guardian

25, Nov, 2011 @11:01 PM

The Mumsnet Rules by Natasha Joffe and Justine Roberts – review
Mumsnet's peer-advice guide to being the perfect parent suggests that common sense should take precedence over rules, writes Eleanor Birne

Eleanor Birne

11, Jun, 2011 @11:05 PM

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Mumsnet's champion Justine Roberts on family life, misogyny… and EastEnders

Mumsnet co-founder Justine Roberts talks about her organisation's triumphs and traumas

Yvonne Roberts

30, Jan, 2011 @12:01 AM

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