Misogyny as a hate crime: 'Law would help women know they will be believed'

Labour's Stella Creasy says introducing misogyny as a hate crime would "enable women to come forward and know they will be believed".

She says the law, which would see police forces collect data on when misogyny was a factor in a crime, could stop incidents "escalating to rape" and other serious offences.

The MP told the BBC: "I want women in this country to have the same freedom as men without fear of being targeted for who they are."