Sky News Breakfast: Women’s safety and the new battle in Myanmar

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Sky News Breakfast: Women’s safety and the new battle in Myanmar” – below is their description.

On your Sky News Breakfast menu:

– Labour’s Deputy Leader Angela Rayner on the party’s local election launch

– Business minister Paul Scully on the lockdown, women’s safety and London’s Conservative candidate for mayor, Shaun Bailey

– Amnesty International on the latest in Myanmar after they published a new report describing being under fire from ‘battlefield’ weapons.

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