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24 October 2021
The disappearance of women/2: this time from the British boardrooms
Thousands of large British companies will have to report the number of women on their boards, in part to assess pay differentials. Sheldon Mills, director of the FCA, the regulatory body overseeing the survey, proposes that males who perceive themselves as women should be included in the count, thus distorting the statistics. It is not difficult to understand why: Mills is also a leader of Stonewall, a powerful LGBT organisation that continues to dictate the law in the UK.
For those who still have doubts about the fact that gender identity and gender-neutral policies involve the elimination of women, after the pop example of the X Factor (see here), here is another rather sensational one. The Times writes that a thousand large British companies, including Unilever and Astrazeneca, are required to declare the percentage of women on their boards. The main reason is to assess and correct the gender pay gap, i.e. the difference in pay between women and [...]
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