THERESA MAY stared down opposition from Ministers to announce a new ‘Injustices’ quango – 12 days before she quits. In another ‘legacy’ announcement t
THERESA MAY stared down opposition from Ministers to announce a new ‘Injustices’ quango – 12 days before she quits.
In another ‘legacy’ announcement the PM unveiled plans for a new independent Office for Tackling Injustices to hold Government to account for tackling disparities in society.
The PM stared down opposition from ministers to announce a new ‘Injustices’ quango 12 days before she quits[/caption]
Downing Street said ‘OfTI’ would look at divides in ethnicity, gender, disability and see which groups are unfairly discriminated against.
One senior Tory last night it was almost certain a future PM would park the plans in the “long grass” given Government already looks at the issues.
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They said: “There were lots of objections to this but she’s doing it anyway.”
Theresa May is due to step down and hand over to a new PM on July 24.
In a statement last night she said: “I am proud of what we have achieved to make the UK a more just society. But there is more to be done now and in the years to come, if we are truly to say that this is a country which works for everyone – no matter who they are or where they’re from.”
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