Views of men in Guernsey sought on paternity leave

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More men are needed to take part in a consultation on maternity and paternity leave in Guernsey, the island's social policy group has said.

About 100 responses and comments had been received from residents by mid-September 2011.

The consultation aims to help formulate new laws and policy on maternity and paternity leave and benefits.

The Social Policy group said it also wanted to hear from employers and professional groups about their views.

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