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Career women 'disenfranchise' mothers

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Women who chose to stay at home and be mothers are enjoying less influence on policy than women who chose to go out to work, according to research conducted by the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS).

Christine Odone, writer and research fellow at the CPS and Yvonne Roberts, senior associate at the Young Foundation, debate whether ordinary women are becoming alienated from the political sphere.

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