Women don't need 'political haircut' to succeed, says Tory MP Mims Davies



Women should not be deterred from standing for Parliament by pressure to conform to a "certain look and style", a Conservative MP has said.
Mims Davies revealed she had gone for a "political haircut" when she had stood for election in Eastleigh in 2015.
But she had ditched it after entering the Commons because she had realised she did not need it to "fit in".
She urged women from all backgrounds not to be intimidated by the prospect of a career in politics.
The former radio presenter, who won Eastleigh from the Lib Dems at the 2015 general election, said:... read more

 
13 September 2017 in Politics, Views: 53
Source: BBC
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