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.@TelegraphNews Who will be Minister for Men?
— David Cockerham (@DavidCockerham) April 9, 2014
— The Grim Reaper (@Death_1135) April 9, 2014
@PCollinsTimes isn’t having a Minister for Women by default an inequality unless they have a Minister for Men issues too?
— Steve (@akaCrush) April 9, 2014
— Jon Jones (@jonconcrete) April 9, 2014
— John Dalton (@JohnDalton6011) April 9, 2014
Where’s the Minister for Men?
— Faggy G (@_GeorgeHepher) April 9, 2014
— Peter Squires (@petersquires) April 9, 2014
Who’s the minister for men? RT @David_Cameron: Nicky Morgan MP is new Financial Secretary to Treasury. She’ll also be Minister for Women
— David Puddle (@davepuddle) April 9, 2014
— WishesOnMainStreet (@WishesOnMainSt) April 9, 2014
— salemzorro (@salemzorro) April 9, 2014
FYI, guys, the reason there’s no minister for men is because when the Queen goes to visit Number 10 she can nearly double the total number of women in the room:
The Queen sits in on a cabinet meeting in December 2012. Photo: Getty Images.
But hey, look – maybe when an election produces a cabinet with a gender divide that’s just as unequal in the opposite direction, and then we put up with decades (maybe even centuries) of women crowding men out of major political, financial, business and cultural institutions, then we might take a look at bringing in a minister for men. Maybe.