Guardian women's editor Jane Martinson
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Cabinet reshuffle sees fewer women in key roles

When he became prime minister, David Cameron pledged that a third of his cabinet would be female, but Tuesday's reshuffle sees women in just five of 31 posts.

The Guardian's women's editor, Jane Martinson, told the BBC it was "appalling he cannot find women with the experience" for cabinet positions, adding that many had become "slightly disenfranchised" with his leadership.

  • 04 Sep 2012
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