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Equalities quango is a disaster and should be scrapped

Shared from on 27 March 2017

Equality is far too important an issue to be left to the Equality and Human Rights Commission. That’s the only conclusion to draw...

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Equalities quango is a disaster and should be scrapped

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Equality is far too important an issue to be left to the Equality and Human Rights Commission. That’s the only conclusion to draw...

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Britain’s youth at risk of being ‘lost generation’, warns equality report

Shared from on 30 October 2015

Young people face the the worst economic prospects for several generations and their lives have got worse over the past five years

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Faith in BBC a ‘religious right’

Shared from on 18 October 2015

Belief in the values of the BBC entitles an employee to the same protection at work as faith in Christianity, Islam and the world’s other leading religions, a review for the state equality quango has concluded.

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Vince Cable considers all-female shortlists for City firms’ top jobs

Shared from on 4 March 2014

Vince Cable has asked the Equalities and Human Rights Commission to advise him on the legality of all-female shortlists for top City jobs as part of the coalition's latest push to get more women on to the boards of major companies.

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Government launches probe into maternity discrimination at work after surge in complaints

Shared from on 5 November 2013

The Government has launched a £1m investigation into the discrimination faced by women in pregnancy and its impact on families and the economy.

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Government launches probe into maternity discrimination at work after surge in complaints

Shared from on 5 November 2013

The Government has launched a £1m investigation into the discrimination faced by women in pregnancy and its impact on families and the economy.

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Government launches probe into maternity discrimination at work after surge in complaints

Shared from on 4 November 2013

The Government has launched a £1m investigation into the discrimination faced by women in pregnancy and its impact on families and the economy.

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