Reproductive rights in Northern Ireland, economy first Brexit and the benefits freeze – Sunday media round-up

Stella Creasy, the MP for Walthamstow, appeared on Sky’s Sophy Ridge on Sunday to talk about her amendment to the Queen’s Speech which would allow Northern Irish women, British tax payers, to access free abortion services in England and Wales. Mnay have feared that in the wake of the DUP-Tory deal reproductive rights for Northern Irish women, already the least free in the United Kingdom, could be further under attack.

Shami Chakrabarti, Labour’s shadow attorney general, was also on Sophy Ridge, where she spoke about Labour’s priorities for Brexit.

She also spoke about the Grenfell fire, and what must be done now:

Debbie Abrahams, Labour’s shadow work and pensions secretary appeared on the Andrew Marr show, where she said Labour would “look to” ending the benefits freeze. You can read our write up here.

Jon Trickett, shadow cabinet office minister, was on the Sunday politics, speaking about Jeremy Corbyn’s vision for Britain.

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