100 Women: Sky News debate on gender equality fronted by Kay Burley

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100 Women: Sky News debate on gender equality fronted by Kay Burley

Sky News will broadcast a special debate today to discuss one of the biggest topics of the moment – gender equality.

‘100 Women’ will feature women from all walks of life to find out what they really think about fair pay and opportunities, what it means to be a feminist in 2018 and whether equality truly exists in the UK today.

Sky News presenter Kay Burley will be joined by a special panel of guests on the eve of International Woman’s Day and 100 years since some women were first given the vote.

The debate begins at 4.00pm on Sky News and Sky News HD, and can also be viewed online via Sky News’ YouTube channel.

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