After centuries of dominance, the British white male worker has been banned from applying for any jobs that could be done by women or by ethnic workers.
The female-dominated British government has resorted to these draconian measures following allegations that women and ethnic minorities are not fairly represented in the workplace.
The government has announced that the British public are entirely in support of its 'social engineering' policies in spite of recent disasters that have occurred as a direct consequence of its positive discrimination laws.
The recent spate of aircraft crashes has been a direct result of poor candidates being recruited as pilots, but Harriet Harman, the British minister responsible for this situation was unrepentant.
She explained that the public should not be too upset about losing loved ones in accidents caused by incompetent workers because it was in everybody's interest that white men are excluded from all jobs that can be done by other more important workers.
Ms Harman admitted that the best workers are not always picked for key-jobs, but that incompetent doctors, surgeons, dentists, pilots, nuclear physicists, rocket scientists etc would soon get the hang of doing the jobs previously done by white males.
The minister stated that the high death toll caused by her policies would have to be accepted as a part of life in 'New Labours' Britain.
Groups representing the British white male workers have announced a series of measures to get equality with women and ethnic groups.
There was widespread condemnation from the British government over the violent protests, which culminated in a white male throwing himself under her majesty's horse at the Royal Ascot meeting last week.
The horse was uninjured, but her majesty, herself a woman, expressed anger that one of her thoroughbred stallions was put at risk by such a lowly piece of humanity as a white male.
Ms Harman has assured the public that she will not rest until the white British male is consigned to the home, which she asserts is their rightful place.