The TUC's first female general secretary vowed today to campaign vigorously against the crisis of worsening living standards that is hitting women hardest.
Opening this year's TUC women's conference, Frances O'Grady said that decades of action by women had made it possible for a woman to lead the trade union federation.
But she said there is still much work to be done.
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