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Did you face sex discrimination in the 1970s?

Shopping at Brent Cross in 1976 Image copyright Getty Images
Image caption Shopping at Brent Cross in 1976. It could be difficult for women to get hold of credit at this time

Are you a woman who experienced discrimination when applying for a loan in the 1960s or 1970s?

Perhaps you were refused a mortgage, a hire purchase or a credit card unless your husband or father acted as the guarantor? Or you were told you weren't as safe a bet as a man for credit even if you were in full-time employment?

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