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  Women and Labour 15 June 2004  
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Is the Labour Party losing out on women's votes?

A report published by the pressure group The Fawcett Society on the first day of the recent election campaigns said that women voters were dissatisfied with government performance, increasingly disillusioned with politics and deserting the Labour Party.

In the third of our series of reports on how each of the three main political parties are faring with women voters, Jenni is joined by Jessica Elgood, a research director for MORI, Joan Ruddock, MP and Claire Ward, MP to discuss what happened to the women's vote for Labour last Thursday and what, if anything, can be done about it?

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