Ben Bradley MP introduces the International Men’s Day debate in the House of Commons

Our thanks to Ed for this (video, 57:55). Ben Bradley MP (C, Mansfield) introduced the debate for the first time and called for a focus on the educational under-achievement of white working-class boys, and for a Minister for Men. Philip Davies also made a welcome contribution, as always.

While it was good that the debate was held in the main chamber of the House of Commons – the debate on International Women’s Day is always held there, naturally – the reduction in the debate length to one hour (from three hours in previous debates) is scandalous, yet utterly unsurprising.

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