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The economic recession and women political candidates

At a time when more women should be encouraged to become parliamentary candidates, I fear they may be even more deterred by the severe economic downturn. Contesting a parliamentary seat is an exhausting task and financially crippling. The immensely dedicated Robert Halfon describes in this article the soaring costs involved which candidates have to meet; he told how he had spent £30,000 in his...
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