A House of Lords EU committee report has called on the European Commission to rethink details of proposals designed to extend gender equality legislation to trade in goods and services. The report said it would be wrong to penalise younger female drivers just for the sake of removing sex differentiation when younger males have far worst accident, claims and convictions records. However, insurance companies must justify use of gender as a criterion.
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