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Gemma Arterton: Gender pay inequality still a problem

The musical Made in Dagenham tells the story of sexism and inequality on the factory floor in 1960s Britain, an era that ultimately led to women being treated more equally in the workplace.

But the problem has not entirely gone away and for the star of the show, Gemma Arterton, the part has inspired her to support women who still find themselves paid less than men.

She told BBC Breakfast that despite improvements, there is still a lot of work to be done.

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