But research found that the proportion of women on boards at FTSE 100 firms is higher than ever.
The new department will help Brexit minister David Frost and prime minister Boris Johnson to find benefits from leaving the European Union, and its new leader will be paid up to £120,000 per year from taxpayers’ money.
Brexit wreaking haddock again.
A recent report found that 42 per cent of fintech workers, who are key to growth in the UK finance industry, are from abroad.
“Like a whack-a-mole game where once one difficulty is resolved, another appears soon after."
“The letter I’ve been sent shows a complete scattergun approach by a government who are desperate to try and sort out a problem that's completely of their own creation," he told The London Economic.
New UK gender pay gap data show an average 44.5 per cent difference between male and female hourly wages.
In 2016, Warburtons' boss said: “Brexit is a very good thing to have happened. We could either continue to be in the European Union and wait for it all to collapse around us, or we could make our own way out of it and crack on as an independent nation. We decided the latter.”
"We have shortages of staff, shortages of supplies and shortages of skills. It’s largely happened because of the promises that your party made on Brexit which have not been delivered," Labour's David Lammy told Shapps.