A few from this week:
Lynne Featherstone MP (Minister for 'Equalities') - Women key to economic success: Men clearly are not part of Featherstone's thinking about how we get out of the economic mess we are in.
Lynne Featherstone MP (Minister for 'Equalities') - Women in Business speech: You would think that young men were paid more than women and that more men were entering the professions and that there are more women unemployed than men. But as this is the other way around, Featherstone, must be in the running for the newly crowned man-hating MP of the year does not think so.
The Guardian - Major pension fund may vote against all-male boardrooms (Jill Treanor): Legal and General are a new name in the pantheon of anti-male companies stalking the UK. In favour of gender quotas and being anti-meritocracy, they favour putting people into boardrooms because of their gender not their talent. Not an investment house to have confidence in.
The Observer - Imposing quotas is not as important as cultural change (Catherine Bennett)
The Observer - Women told: your place is on the dole (Katie Allen): We look forward to Katie's piece on men on the dole which is where 1.5 million currently sit.
Daily Mail - Women surgeons who complain about their sexist industry are just making excuses: Always far more powerful when a women says it.
Kent Online - Girl jailed over rape claims (Paul Hooper)
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