Documents that detail the British government’s plans to appeal to female voters have been leaked, in an incident likely to leave David Cameron’s Conservative Government red-faced.
In the text, marked “restricted — policy”, the government says that “women are significantly more negative about the government than men”.
The document then comes up with a number of possible solutions to the problem, including banning advertisements for children, cutting the long summer holiday for schoolchildren, and reconsidering the decision to not criminalise “forced marriage”. The Guardian has the full text of the document.
The UK government is refusing to comment on the documents.
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