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UK ministers face pressure over gender pay gap reporting delay

Government considers shelving service again as figures suggest evidence of growing inequality

Decades of work to close the gender pay gap is at stake if Britain’s flagship gender pay gap reporting service is shelved for a second year, MPs, business leaders and equality campaigners have warned.

The government is coming under increasing pressure to commit to gender pay gap reporting, which it confirmed to the Guardian was again “under review” for the second time in its nearly four-year existence.

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