Ruth Porter writes for The Times
This outdated post should be abolished, so that Maria Miller can get on with her main job as Culture Secretary. Women are doing just fine. More of us gain undergraduate degrees than men and those under 30 now earn more on average than their male peers.
So what is the Minister for Women for? According to the Home Office website, it is about “ensuring we fully use the skills and experiences of women to support economic growth, for example through the work of the Women’s Business Council, business mentors, Women on Boards and the Think, Act, Report programme”.
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