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'Gender pay gap' found in 96% of government departments and 90% of universities

Figures submitted to the Government Equalities Office have shown that 90 per cent of universities and 96 per cent of government departments pay the average male employee more than the average female employee.

May likely to call fourth vote on her deal

Theresa May will again bid to get her Brexit deal through parliament this week after it was rejected MPs on Friday.

Withdrawal Agreement defeated for third time

The Withdrawal Agreement has been defeated for a third time in the House of Commons, losing by 344 votes to 286. Unlike the two previous votes, this vote was not on the deal as a whole but only the Withdrawal Agreement, leaving out the political declaration. This means the result is not classified as a “meaningful vote.”

The Independent Group to become Change UK as they apply for party status

The Independent Group of breakaway MPs has applied to register as a political party under the name Change UK. The move comes amid speculation that the UK may not leave the European Union by May 22 if Theresa May does not manage to pass her Withdrawal Agreement in time.

Mary Creagh: “The government has had 1,000 days to sort out the Brexit chaos, parliament is only on day one”

Labour MP Mary Creagh said that parliament will continue to look for a consensus on Brexit despite all eight Brexit options being rejected in an interview with The Parliamentary Review last night.

Robinson Brothers provides blueprint for the chemical sector

Robinson Brothers celebrates its 150th year in business today, something very few organisations in the British chemical industry can lay claim to. The key to their longevity and success has been their capability to be highly adaptable to change in the marketplace, and as a result, they continue to thrive.

Hilary Benn: Indicative votes "shows there is support" for Customs Union and confirmatory vote

Hilary Benn spoke to The Parliamentary Review in the wake of last night’s indicative votes, reflecting on the growing support for a Customs Union deal and a confirmatory referendum.

Wollaston: Corbyn is a "leader in hiding rather than a leader in waiting"

Immediately after the indicative votes that were held last night, we spoke to Dr Sarah Wollaston MP in the Central Lobby about the future direction of Brexit, the campaign for a “People’s Vote” and Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Opposition.

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