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Sexism in British media - in newspapers and on TV

15 July 2013 Last updated at 13:58 BST

Caroline Lucas was rebuked in Parliament for wearing a T-shirt objecting to topless pictures in newspapers and holding up page three of the Sun.

The Green MP was highlighting the campaign by some women's groups about the images, but also claims of widespread sexism in the print and broadcast media.

BBC Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn reports on the image of women on camera.

Studio debate on page three and sexism: Caroline Lucas and Neil Wallis

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