Eventually, in 1988, with the support of Gina
's husband Frank Rinehart, a clever Harvard-educated lawyer, a petition was brought forward which recognised her position in the business.
Faced with a boss who tells her on her first day that her ultimate responsibility is to "support the men so they can get on with the job of real policing", Gina
is in for an uphill struggle.
Jim - aka comedian Vic Reeves - plays Gina
's husband in the series, which was written by comedian Jason Cook, who was inspired by his own South Tyneside background and family.
"There are so many classic designs out there that are fabulous and well made," says Gina
. "All they need is a bit of love and attention and, if you're careful, they needn't be anything like as expensive as new.
is intelligent and insightful: We knew each other.
Whited also bought the Second Street building in Ward and introduced her own concept, Gina
was little, doctors said she had an 10 of 34, and though they were far wrong, the right diagnosis has never been clear.
was enacted so that individuals with concerns about discrimination based on their genetic information would be able to take advantage of these genetic tests and still protect their genetic information.
Since his death Gina
has dedicated her time to setting up a trust fund in her husband's honour, The Gentle Giant in Aid of Lymphoma, Haematology & Children's Cancer, and raising money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.
's bother-in-law is a band member of the group Unique, who are signed by Intensify, a cutting edge label designed to find young and up and coming bands.
claims James' cyber-attack has damaged her business and she wants a cool 10k dollar to make things right.
On May 21, 2008, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA