PMQs: Lucas and Cameron on Sun and page three pictures
The prime minister was pleased to see Caroline Lucas get to ask her question in PMQs after her "dazzling T-shirt she was wearing last week failed to catch the Speaker's eye", but he would not back her bid to have the Sun newspaper banned from the Parliamentary Estate.
She wants the paper removed until it stops carrying pictures of topless women on its page three, but David Cameron said MPs should be free to read all newspapers
The Green MP was previously reprimanded for wearing a T-shirt with the slogan "No More Page Three" in large lettering during a parliamentary debate, and ordered her to cover up.
She was dressed less flamboyantly when she quizzed the PM on Wednesday.
19 Jun 2013
- From the section UK Politics