Lucy Worsley says she would put women in charge of money

Historian Lucy Worsley says she would put women in charge of money in an ideal world because they would spend ‘less on war and more on education’

  • BBC historian Lucy Worsley has revealed she would put women in charge of money to avoid war and invest more in education
  • British presenter, 48, spoke about the last century of women’s lives – delving into the history and how it has since developed
  • The joint Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces also branded it ‘unthinkable’ that women were expected to give up their job on getting married in the 1920s
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