Nadia Whittome on being the youngest MP and confronting male violence
Nadia Whittome is the youngest MP in the House of Commons. She was elected in 2019 to represent the seat of Nottingham East at the age of 23.
She's well known as having limited her own salary to give a proportion away to charity.
She speaks to Krishnan in the aftermath of the killing of Sarah Everard about the need to confront male violence and challenge the patriarchy.
Producer: Rachel Evans
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