Suella Braverman calls fellow female MP ’emotional’ during row over Brexit bill

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    The attorney general, Suella Braverman, has come under fire for calling a fellow female MP ’emotional’ – a term often considered misogynistic – during an exchange on the internal market bill. Ellie Reeves, Labour MP for Lewisham West and Penge, found herself targeted by Braverman when she challenged the government’s plan to reinterpret the special Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland, which will break international law. Braverman hit back immediately telling Reeves: ‘I prefer to take a less emotional approach than the honourable lady’. She then questioned Reeves’ patriotism and articulated her own emotions declaring herself to be ‘extremely proud to support’ the bill No-deal Brexit will cost UK more than Covid, report finds

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