Paula Sherriff is an odious Labour MP, appointed as a prospective parliamentary candidate from an all-women shortlist, in common with many other men-hating vile Labour MPs, such as Jess Phillips. On International Men’s Day (2016), during the debate led by Philip Davies, Sherriff lied about the awards presented to her colleagues, including our Lying Feminist of the Month awards. She duly won her own award, her certificate is here.
Sherriff and Phillips were both key players in the ridiculous ‘tampon tax’ campaign, and a spineless George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, decided to hand over the money to women’s groups such as Women’s Aid. You couldn’t imagine a more ideologically-driven organisation.
The anti-life heart of feminism has been exposed by Sherriff, here. Excerpts:
A quarter of a million pounds raised from a controversial levy on sanitary products – which the Government promised to give to women’s charities – was donated to Life, a charity that campaigns against terminations…
The news sparked outrage among women’s groups and health campaigners.
Fellow Labour MP Louise Haigh said: “This was meant to go to women in need, not an organisation driven by ideology.” [I think she means, ‘an organisation driven by a WRONG ideology, one that seeks to save unborn children, rather than kill them’.]
A spokesperson for Life said: “We believe that our support services for women are not a luxury but are essential for them to have the space to look at options for continuing their pregnancies with support.”
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