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Women and Equalities Committee
Report and Government response published.
Some evidence was received in the 2016–17 parliamentary session.
The Government must reform workplace policies to support fathers to better balance their parental responsibilities and work and to ensure they meet the needs of the twenty-first century family.
Fathers in particular want to be supported at work to take a more equal share of childcare when children are young.
Evidence given by Panel of Fathers (anonymised)
Evidence given by Margot James MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, and Mark Holmes, Deputy Director, Labour Market, Individual Rights, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Women and Equalities Committee publish Government response to Fathers and the workplace report