Brexiteer MP Dominic Raab wants to be Britain’s next Prime Minister. But he calls feminists “obnoxious bigots” and says that it’s actually men who have the raw deal.
Equal pay and treatment for women in the workforce, employment protection for pregnant women and shared parental leave (created by EU’s gender equality mission) could all be placed at risk by a right-wing government after Brexit.
And with his colleagues like Jacob Rees-Mogg – who opposes abortion ‘even after rape’ – it's harder than ever to trust these politicians to defend these hard-won rights.
Now we know more about what Brexit could mean for women’s rights, it’s only right to put it back to the people with a People’s Vote.