‘The rhetoric is dangerous’: Female candidates face toxic politics in Brexit Britain ‘The rhetoric is dangerous’: Female candidates face toxic politics in Brexit BritainFormer conservative Minister Anna super you on the campaign Trail in Brookstone the constituency she held the nine years because of her. You called her a traitor that was sent to me and has a new problem. It did not exist until they lost referendum, and then things just got worse and worse of the 11 seats in Norfolk. I’M sure Terry will help by women. I’M one of them isn’t standing for election to gain. Some of my colleagues have stood down but – and I know they stood down because of the threats that they’re in that family receiving at Campaign Headquarters out of super is never seen so many volunteers or printed canvas on her behalf. Like me, also so sad about what has happened to our country and the division switcher in it, which I was deepest a feather mean pains for re-election, she says: brexit is not the number one concern in her area: right-wing extremists in 2016, Linden Greenwood organized the vigil. She says politics is becoming increasingly toxic. Yeah, you know blowing your Parliament these things. The question is: how will the divisions be healed after this election? More than three years after the murder of MP Jo Cox by a far-right supporter, female candidates in Britain’s Dec. 12 general election face an increasingly hostile climate – an alarming trend many blame on the poisonous divide generated by the Brexit referendum. FRANCE 24’s reporters spoke to two women MPs battling to hold on to their seats.
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