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Work and Pensions Secretary heckled at Scottish Parliament meeting - Jersey Evening Post

Jersey Evening PostWork and Pensions Secretary heckled at Scottish Parliament meetingJersey Evening PostWork and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey was heckled by members of the public in a Holyrood committee meeting covering Universal Credit and the rape clause. An audience member shouted “you can't get into work if you're dead” at Ms McVey as she argued ...Esther McVey heckled during heated Holyrood meetingHeraldScotlandTory minister says rape clause offers women 'double support'The Nationalall 35 news articles »16-04-2018

Jersey Evening Post

Work and Pensions Secretary heckled at Scottish Parliament meeting
Jersey Evening Post
Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey was heckled by members of the public in a Holyrood committee meeting covering Universal Credit and the rape clause. An audience member shouted “you can't get into work if you're dead” at Ms McVey as she argued ...
Esther McVey heckled during heated Holyrood meetingHeraldScotland
Tory minister says rape clause offers women 'double support'The National

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