(UK) David Cameron: Samantha pushing me to put more women in Cabinet. Job sharing: Finally, a suggestion to tackle David Cameron’s women problem

‘Not nearly enough women’ in the Cabinet, says David Cameron The Independent David Cameron has conceded there are “not nearly enough” women around his Cabinet table – or in senior positions in business and the judiciary. Just five of the 32 ministers entitled to attend Cabinet meetings are female – far short of Mr Cameron’s …

David Cameron: Samantha pushing me to put more women in Cabinet Evening Standard David Cameron revealed today that wife Samantha keeps pressing him to promote more women MPs. The Tory leader admitted there were “not nearly enough” women in his own Cabinet. “My wife likes to say that if you don’t have women in the top places, …

David Cameron: Not “nearly enough” women in senior roles Women’s Agenda UK prime minister David Cameron has told a Unilever meeting in Mumbai he does not have “nearly enough” women in his Cabinet and that governments and big corporations need to do more to encourage women into senior management positions. Cameron …

David Cameron urged to act over female MPs The Times (subscription) David Cameron was told to act fast yesterday, after admitting that there are not enough women in Westminster or in the cabinet. Speaking on a trip to Delhi, the Prime Minister said there are “not nearly enough” female Tory MPs, nor enough women at the ..

Job sharing: Finally, a suggestion to tackle David Cameron’s women problem Telegraph.co.uk The thing that really got to me about Dave admitting earlier this week that, yes, he hasn’t appointed enough female MPs to the Cabinet, is that we’ve heard all this before. Plenty of times. We know there aren’t enough women in the cabinet. We know too …

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