United Kingdom -Cameron government labelled “most female unfriendly in living memory” -March 8, 2012

UK unions have condemned government policies, particularly the reforms to the working tax credit, as female unfriendly. Trade unions claim women are hit hardest both by public sector cut backs, unemployment, child benefit and tax credit reform.

English:http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/coalition-is-most-female-unfriendly … ;
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