Michael Sheen ‘would take gender pay cut’

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Image caption Jordan Sheen said people must ensure that this campaign “doesn’t just remain the moment”

Actor Michael Sheen reports he would “absolutely” take a pay reduce if it meant being paid just like an actress.

Speaking at a March4Women event working in london, he said it was “absolutely imperative” that people were “paid the same regarding doing the same work”.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan was among those attending Care International’s march promoting gender equality.

It also marked the 100th anniversary of some women having the vote.

Mr Sheen’s remarks also come ahead of the 90th School Awards, in La, where female campaigns #MeToo plus #TimesUp are expected to feature conspicuously.

In October 2017 the brand new York Times reported allegations that film producer Harvey Weinstein had sexually harassed many actresses, including Rose McGowan plus Ashley Judd.

He has denied all allegations associated with non-consensual sex made against your pet.

Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted her support to people on Sunday’s march, quoting Conservative MEGAPIXEL Ken Clarke’s description of her as ‘a weakling difficult woman’.

Mister Sheen, whose major roles consist of Hollywood film Frost/Nixon, said the particular #MeToo and #TimesUp campaigns demonstrated that there is “clearly a moment happening” yet “we have to make sure that this doesn’t simply remain a moment”.

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He additional: “Men and women, both ensure that this goes on into the future in making permanent change.

“We have to look at what the systemic problems are. Not just if there are person monsters who have done terrible items.

“We have to all of us look at what our own person responsibility is. ”

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Image caption London gran Sadiq Khan, left, comedian Sandi Toksvig, and activist Helen Pankhurst at March4Women

Those marching included activist Bianca Jagger and Dr Sue Pankhurst, the great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst.

Doctor Pankhurst said there was a “great energy” and that “day after every single day there’s a media story saying we have been not going to tolerate this anymore”.

Supporters on the march put on iconic sashes similar to suffragettes within the 1910s, with slogans such as Actions Not Words and banners reading through Bloody Difficult Women.

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