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May plays down Cabinet gender imbalance

May plays down Cabinet gender imbalance
Theresa May has played down the accusation that the Cabinet is a ‘boys’ club’. In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, the Home Secretary defended the make-up of the Government, despite frequent criticism. “I wouldn’t use the term boys’ club for the Cabinet... I certainly don’t feel that I’m out on my own,” she said.

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