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Women in boardrooms

Asked if he could explain any linkage between having more women in the boardroom and lower pay, and if there were equal pay issues, the PMS said that in Prime Ministers Questions the Prime Minster had made more general point about reform of Britain’s boardrooms. The PMS said the Prime Minster was essentially making the point that as the same people were appearing in different boardrooms over and over again, we could do with some new blood and seeing that in the past most boardrooms have been filled with men, bringing in more women would be a good thing.

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