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Topical Questions

Part of Women and Equalities – in the House of Commons on 14th March 2019.

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Photo of Geraint Davies Geraint Davies Labour/Co-operative, Swansea West

As the Minister for Women and Equalities knows, the estimated 18% gender pay gap is likely to grow following Brexit as women in public services and retail are disproportionately affected. Does she accept that the women who voted to leave did not vote to leave themselves worse off and that they deserve a final-say referendum on the exit deal?