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Kemi Badenoch’s diversity crusade doesn’t go far enough

23 March 2024

5:38 PM

23 March 2024

5:38 PM

This week, the equalities minister and business secretary Kemi Badenoch took aim at Britain’s woke bureaucracy.

The government’s Inclusion at Work panel, convened by Badenoch last year, has unveiled its new report into UK employers’ Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) practices. Composed of private and public-sector experts and advised by a Harvard professor, the panel noted that 10,000 EDI jobs in the public sector are estimated to cost the British taxpayer £557 million per year.

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