Labour MP Tracy Brabin hits back at trolls criticising her outfit

Labour MP Tracy Brabin hits back at trolls criticising her outfit

After Brabin appeared in the House of Commons on Monday wearing an off-the-shoulder dress, she was flooded with tweets questioning whether her dress was "appropriate attire for Parliament" and calling her a "slag". Sorry I don't have time to reply to all of you commenting on this but I can confirm I'm not.A s***, Hungover, A tart, About to breastfeed, A s******.

LABOUR MP Tracy Brabin has blamed "keyboard warriors sat in their mum's back bedroom eating Pot Noodles" for the "absurd" online criticism she received after wearing an off-the-shoulder dress in the Commons.

"Black dress worn by Tracy Brabin MP in "shouldergate" as widely covered across the media", the listing read.

Brabin had taken to the despatch box to complain of journalists being removed from a press briefing on Brexit plans.

In a further debate on the subject today she said: 'It is concerning that Boris Johnson seems to be resorting to tactics imported from Donald Trump to hide from scrutiny'. In a recent interview with an global media, the Labour MP expressed shock to the way people had reacted to her outfit, and said that "women around the world are demeaned every day for what they wear".

"This is everyday sexism where women are continually judged for what they wear, how they look and not what they say".

The post gained more than 3,700 comments, including one asking her to "put some clothes on love" and others saying she looked "drunk", "classless" and like a "slapper". I felt that it was my obligation to do this for other women because they do not have those chances.

The UK MP is also a former television writer and actress who is best known for her appearances on soap operas suck as Coronation Street and EastEnders.

Her response has since gone viral, liked by more than 4,000 people on the social media platform.

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