(Johanna Thomas-Corr’s interview with the director appeared in the London Evening Standard on 6/9.)
As the new Government was called to Downing Street last month and David Cameron's Cabinet filled up with white public-school boys, it was hard to suppress a feeling of dismay. Why does Britain have a smaller percentage of female ministers than almost every other European country? Is Theresa May all we have to show for a century of women's suffrage?
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