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UK bank tells customers to close their accounts after they complain about gender-pronoun badges for staff

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

People make cash withdrawals from Halifax cash machines, or ATMs, set on a colourful wall in Manchester, United Kingdom. Daniel Harvey Gonzalez/In Pictures via Getty Images
The British bank Halifax said Tuesday that staff can add pronouns to their name badges.
The announcement received some criticism on social media.
The bank said any customers who don't like the optional badges should "close their accounts."
A UK bank told customers to close their accounts after they complained about gender-pronoun badges for staff. The British bank Halifax - a subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group - said...
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