Women account for around four in 10 bylines on leading news website homepages in U.K.

Ethnic minority voices are lacking on leading news website homepages


Women now make up more than four in 10 bylines on the website homepages of the biggest newspaper websites in the U.K., according to new Press Gazette research.

The Mirror came top for gender diversity, with women crossing over the 50% mark during the period of our research, although it did worse for ethnic minority representation. Mail Online came bottom for both women bylines and stories by women of colour.

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