British women pant’s protest on Upskirting row: MP’s office targeted
Anger over a Conservative MP’s decision to block a bill to make “upskirting” a criminal offence has manifested itself in an unusual way in Parliament.
The entrance to Sir Christopher Chope’s Commons office has been decorated with women’s pants in an apparent protest by Commons staff against his actions.
The MP told LBC Radio he backed a new law but it must be “properly debated”.
Downing Street has said the government will bring forward its own legislation, to be debated before the end of July.