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  • n. Plural form of equality.


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  • When Lynne Featherstone, who has the job title "equalities minister", which would probably make these men think she worked not for a Conservative-led coalition but for Castro, said at the Lib Dem conference that it was the "terrible decisions" made by men in senior positions which had led to the "the mess the world is in", an awful lot of people went mad.

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  • If you look at much of the rhetoric about taking back powers from Europe, for example, much of the legislation being described refers to equalities.

    The Guardian World News

  • The pope called the equalities legislation, championed by Deputy Leader

  • It is the result of a heavy-handed so-called equalities agenda that discriminates against Christians and seeks to eliminate Christian expression from the public square.

    Doctor Bulldog & Ronin

  • They might be deaf to the "equalities" proclaimed in the Declaration of Independence or blind to the moral sin of slavery, but they comprehended a rifle which could be fired ten times a minute and kill a man at a thousand yards.

    Abraham Lincoln: a History — Volume 01

  • Where the 'equalities' are in conflict, they will have to be resolved in court.


  • Of course the HR dept will state that they are keen to ensure that "equalities" within the organization are maintained and that any spectre of "racism" will be robustly investigated.

    UP Pompeii

  • We have all had the command to attend "equalities" training from our employers, this in reality is social engineering, we have all been told that attendance on such "courses" are MANDATORY, this means if you do not attend your job could - and probably will be "at risk"

    UP Pompeii

  • A spokesman for the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) said the move brought the UK's fertility law into line with 'equalities' legislation.

    Anglican Mainstream

  • People will be routinely asked to answer sensitive questions about their sexuality so a Government quango can compile a massive 'equalities' database, it emerged last night.

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