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The UK talks women in combat


This week, the United Kingdom has made two steps towards gender equality: the first female bishop was appointed and on Friday the Ministry of Defence (MoD) published a review in favour of lifting the ban on women in the army serving in the front line. While the first step has been widely acclaimed both in the UK and abroad, there is still much debate on the second one, with discontent among both supporters and opponents of the reform.

This week, the United Kingdom has made two steps towards gender equality: the first female bishop was appointed and on Friday the Ministry of Defence (MoD) published a review in favour of lifting the ban on women in the army serving in the front line. While the first step has been widely acclaimed both in the UK and abroad, there is still much debate on the second one, with discontent among both supporters and opponents of the reform.

 

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