Maria Eagle was yesterday asked about government support for women enterprise. This is her full answer. I am struck by the observation that "Women are the largest under represented group in terms of participation in enterprise". More "under represented", for example, than children; disabled people; former serving military police officers…? This seems to hail from the "statistical rabbit from the hat to make an impact" school of parliamentary answer. My own question, which I shall be filing officially, is what precisely is a "Women’s Business Centre of Expertise"? More detail, please, Ms Eagle.
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