Labour “should have had a female leader in 2020” instead of Keir Starmer – Margaret Hodge.
Anoosh Chakelian (anoosh_c), Zoë Grünewald (@zoe_grunewald) and Rachel Wearmouth (REWearmouth) discuss why the Labour Party have never had a female leader.
They discuss why UK women voters moving to the left and why despite this trend, Labour still haven’t had a woman run the party.
“I can’t imagine how much sexism you must experience” as a woman MP, states Grünewald, having worked within parliament as both a staffer and a journalist.
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