It’s safe to say that Chris Williamson is not the most popular MP in his party right now, after the Labour frontbencher suggested women-only carriages were a good idea – in order to stop women falling victim to sexual assault on public transport.
Since then, several Labour MPs have criticised his comments – with Jess Phillips suggesting Williamson was taking tips on feminism from Saudi Arabia. Now one resident of the Palace of Westminster has taken matters into their own hands. A notice has been placed on the door of Williamson’s office in response to his suggestion:
Sexually harassed at work?
How about working on your own floor?’
Commons source sent this pic of spoof notice outside office of MP who wants Govt to consult on women-only carriages. It's since been removed pic.twitter.com/wYORx3efEB
— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) August 23, 2017
The next PLP meeting should be fun…