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The Liberal Democrats will say today that companies employing over 250 people should face fines of up to £5,000 if they refuse to publish the difference in pay between their male and female employees. The party is expected to commit to a statutory measure on gender pay in their 2015 election manifesto. Elsewhere, it h...
Labour press release Gloria De Piero MP Labour's Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, responding to the Government withdrawing the regulations and making ame...
Margot James argued that the promotion of women in the recent reshuffle masked more deep-seated problems of a lack of female representation in the Conservative party...
Better Together press release The UK is the best place to be LGBT in Europe, Better Together said today. The call came as activists from LGBT Together, the group...
Liberal Democrats press release Liberal Democrats promise law to ‘lift the lid’ on gender pay gap Large companies will be legally required to publish the diffe...
Deputy Prime Minister press release Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg, said: “This is a watershed moment for the Church of England and a huge step forward in m...
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