Breast Feeding Women MPs: Britain’s Parliament has an MP from the House of Commons Stella Creasy has been banned from bringing her child to Parliament House. British MPs Opposition lawmaker Stella Cressey, who campaigned for maternity leave, has been issued a warning on Tuesday after speaking in an argument holding her three-month-old son, Pip. The Labor MP from the Walthamstow constituency in London shared an email from a House of Commons official on Twitter. Citing a rule in that e-mail, it is written that “you must not come to your seat in the chamber when you are with a child.”
Apparently Parliament has written a rule which means I can’t take my well behaved, 3-month old, sleeping baby when I speak in chamber. (Still no rule on wearing masks btw).
— stellacreasy (@stellacreasy) November 23, 2021
Cressey and other MPs have questioned this decision and asked the Speaker of the House of Commons for their clarification on this rule. Tweeting in support of her, fellow MP Alex Davis-Jones tweeted that she had been breastfeeding her baby since she was elected in 2019. House of Commons Speaker Lindsay Hoyle assured her that she would be able to take her child with her in the main hall of Westminster Hall.
This morning I have written to @CommonsSpeaker seeking urgent clarification on whether or not babies are allowed in the Chamber after @stellacreasy was told they weren’t and I was told they were.
See my letter below. pic.twitter.com/sA4RmKmRd7
— Alex Davies-Jones MP (@AlexDaviesJones) November 24, 2021
Liberal Democratic leader and former MP Joe Swinson was the first woman MP to do so in 2018. Cressey complained that “mothers can no longer be seen or heard in the British Parliament, the mother of all parliaments.” Even after receiving this notice, Crisis of Parliament continues to bring her child to Parliament, as she was already carrying her daughter.
MP Chrissy said that we need to understand that we are in the 21st century. In February, the British government announced that it would give six months of paid maternity leave to senior ministers, but did not include MPs in the scheme. In 2019, after the birth of her daughter, Crissy became the first woman MP to hire a representative in her constituency. However, later he was not allowed to do so.
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