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Sexism call

Employers and trade unions could do more to tackle sexism in the workplace, according to MPs on the trade and industry select committee.Although politicians praised CITBConstructionSkills for its efforts to bring more women into the industry, their report on occupational segregation singled out the 'sexist, macho behaviour' of construction and the 'hard-drinking, aggressive' culture of City workers for criticism.