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The gender pay gap in Britain is shaped by racial inequality, with some minority ethnic groups making great strides while pay for others lags far behind, analysis suggests.

Black African women have seen virtually no progress since the 1990s in closing the gender pay gap with white British men, with a full-time pay gap of 21.4% in the 1990s and 19.6% today, according to the Fawcett Society.

The women’s rights and gender equality campaigning charity looked at pay data from the 1990s until the 2010s.

 

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