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The Yorkshire came under attack from The Sun col-umnist Jane Moore last week, in particular Tanya Jackson, its corporate affairs manager.

Moore had a pop at Jackson for releasing research supposedly show-ing that women would be happy to be housewives.

Moore called the research “publicity-seeking, 1950s-style nonsense” by someone who “presumably works all the hours God sends”.

Moore argues that what women want is financial stability from men, allowing them to have well paid flexi-ble jobs while playing a pivotal role in the upbringing of a capable and well-rounded next generation.

Maybe the girls on page 3 of The Sun could tell Moore all about their flexible working conditions.