PM and Starmer call for respect in face of misogynistic slurs against Angela Rayner

At Prime Minister’s Questions, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer called on Boris Johnson to agree there was “no place” for misogyny in modern Britain. Mr Johnson replied that he had “exchanged messages” with Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner at the weekend after a Mail On Sunday article about her. He added: “I repeat what I said to her, there can be absolutely no place for such behaviour or such expression in this House and we should treat each other, frankly, with the respect that each other deserves.”

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