Twitter Media Studio : Today is - the point in the year when women effectively start to work for free because on average, they're paid less than men.

More than 10 million women will work their entire careers without seeing equal pay. This harms women, harms businesses & harms our economy.

Twitter Web App : Today was

The Equal Pay Act was passed in 1975 - yet the persists to this day. At current rates it will take well over 100 years to close it.

It doesn't have to be this way. The problem is a crisis of imagination and competence in politics.

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Twitter Web App : What is the (%) in your 🇪🇺country?
🇱🇺1.3
🇷🇴3.3
🇮🇹4.7
🇧🇪5.8
🇸🇮 7.9
🇵🇱8.5
🇨🇾10.1
🇬🇷10.4
🇵🇹10.6
🇮🇪11.3
🇭🇷11.5
🇲🇹11.6
🇸🇪11.8
🇪🇸11.9
🇱🇹13.3
🇩🇰14
🇧🇬14.1
🇳🇱14.6
🇫🇷16.5
🇫🇮16.6
🇭🇺18.2
🇸🇰18.4
🇨🇿18.9
🇩🇪19.2
🇦🇹19.9
🇱🇻21.2
🇪🇪21.7

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Twitter Web App : Today is when women effectively stop being paid for the year.

Take a look at how our conversation with *insert generic manager* went...

Most of us can’t switch our on, so join the party and help us demand equal pay instead ⬇️
womensequality.org.uk/membership_sta…

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Twitter for iPhone : The Equal Pay Act came into force over 50 years ago, but women still earn less than men in Britain today. The current gender pay gap (11.9%) means that women effectively stop earning relative to men from 18th Nov 2021 and millions are now effectively working for free

Twitter Web App : 1.30pm today marks the point in the year where British men have already earned their female counterparts' annual salary.

I raised this in Parliament today. In 2021, it is shocking that this gap is growing wider.

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Twitter Web App : 📣 At 1:30pm on today women stop earning relative to men because of the
👊 It's time to create a fairer working environment for women
Join us at 1.30 using the hashtag to ask employers to sign the pledge stop asking for salary history.

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