Feminist kicked out of Labour Christmas party because her views on transgender rights ‘made guests feel unsafe’

A feminist campaigner was thrown out of a Labour Christmas party because her ‘anti-transgender’ views made a trans teen party member ‘feel unsafe’.

Venice Allan, 42, a single mother from Lewisham, known for her controversial views, accused the Labour Party of ‘an appalling, Orwellian betrayal of women’ when she was made to leave a Labour Women’s Network Event.

She claimed she was removed from the event by chair Olivia Bailey because her presence was making Lily Madigan – the first transgender person to be elected as a women’s officer – feel uncomfortable.

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