U.K. Female Train Employees Allowed Pants

The company operating train service in the Channel tunnel between England and France revoked its “skirts only” policy for women employees. “The women don’t have to wear skirts anymore because a survey showed most wanted the choice,” said a company spokesman.

The union advocating the change hailed the decision as “a victory for women and union power.”


Reuters - November 18, 1999

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