A report alleging an MP tried to distract the Prime Minister by crossing and uncrossing her legs in front of him sparked an uproar in Britain’s Parliament. Although these claims are completely absurd, they have caused quite a stir both in Parliament and in the UK. In addition, the editor of the article was called before Parliament over the absurd allegation that a member of parliament had crossed her legs. This topic triggers a multitude of reactions from the population and spreads like wildfire. We have covered a lot on this topic so far. So if you’re bored with this column, take a look at the following sections.
Video of Angela Rayner with her legs crossed
The Mail On Sunday reportedly published the absurd article, which sparked a heated debate in Parliament about sexism. Meanwhile, the spokesman called the article’s editor and claimed that a female MP named Angela Rayner deliberately crossed her legs to distract Prime Minister Boris Johnson. However, Angela, a female MP, wore a tight dress in Parliament at the time. See the next section for more information on this topic.
The video of Angela Rayner crossing her legs went viral on Twitter
Conservative MPs speculated that Angela was trying to distract Boris Johnson and thwart him in Parliament, similar to the iconic scene from the film Basic Instinct. The guilt, according to a representative for women Rep. Rayner, is completely false. Angela Rayner, on the other hand, said that any attempt to intimidate or harass me was futile. However, Prime Minister Boris Johnson tried to keep his distance from MPs by anonymously denouncing the misogyny directed against Rayner. Please read the next section for a more detailed explanation of this situation.
Lindsay Hoyle, Speaker of the House of Commons, has called the Mail on Sunday editor to a meeting. “Freedom of the media is one of the pillars of democracy,” said Sir Lindsay. “Last week, in response to an article I told the House that I take the issue of media freedom very seriously.” Many stories are generated on the internet about this issue. You will receive more information as soon as the editorial team returns from the parliamentary session. Keep an eye on this page for more information.