Majority of British women say Government doesn’t represent them
Telegraph.co.uk Sixty per cent of women in the UK believe that the current Government are not representative of who they are and find it difficult to relate to politicians.The study, conducted by global research group Kantar,and exclusively seen by The Telegraph, also discovered that nearly half of British women feel that they are under-represented in politics and it is this alienation that may be reducing women’s political participation.
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