Plans by the equality minister Harriet Harman to allow firms to discriminate in favour of female candidates have been shunned by advisers, who described them as "patronising" and "old fashioned."
Setting out the plans in a commons statement last week, Harman said firms should be able to choose a woman over a man of equal ability if they wanted to - or vice versa. Harman added that the proposed...
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