January 9th 2019
My campaign to make rape laws fairer to ensure justice to rape victims continues, see the article in Daily Telegraph below.
On 14th December 1918 women voted for the first time in Britain, and in the same year, the first female MP was elected. To commemorate this historic occasion, all 209 female MPs had portraits taken by female photographers. The exhibition is currently on display in Portcullis House on the Parliamentary Estate.
Phoebe Kiely took my portrait at Stockport Market pictured above.
As well as the portraits, a statue of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst is being unveiled today in Manchester and will be on display in St Peter’s Square, Manchester.
I was photographed with TV’s Bill Oddie last week Parliament who is championing Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting
Hunting animals for the pleasure of putting their heads on walls is obscene and disgusting.
Trophy hunting is having a direct impact on the conservation status of some of the worlds most endangered wildlife, and we must put a stop to it.
Below is a short interview from the day where I express my views on trophy hunting.
For more information go to www.bantrophyhunting.com