Daejan Holdings claims it is being “bullied” to put a woman on the board

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Britain’s last large listed company with no women on its board says it is being “bullied” by the boss of a government-backed diversity drive to appoint a female to the top table, according to the Mail on Sunday.

FTSE 250 property group Daejan Holdings is the only business among Britain’s 350 largest quoted companies to have resisted pressure from the Hampton-Alexander review body to stamp out all-male boardrooms.

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