Baroness Tina Stowell Is The Beyoncé Of The House Of Lords
The Beyoncé of the House of Lords won the vote for her rights to equal pay by referencing the queen of pop.
Baroness Tina Stowell, AKA the Beyoncé of the House of Lords, has figured out the fail-safe way to win a majority vote in Parliament. Pop culture.
During a 90-minute debate over David Cameron’s initial decision to dock her pay and remove some of her rights as the new leader of the House of Lords, Stowell referenced Beyoncé and won the vote to rebuke the prime minister’s decision 177 to 29. That’s a whopping 148 majority.
‘I’m an independent woman and a single lady. My noble Lords might want to think of me as the Beyoncé of your Lordships’ House,’ she said.
The Baroness is receiving £22K less than her male predecessor, to do exactly the same job, and she has been refused the higher rank of a full cabinet member. Is it too late to remind everyone that this is 2014?
Lady Boothroyd, the former speaker of the house, said of Cameron’s decision during the debate:
‘He has trampled on the constitution and he has discarded the principle of equal pay at the same time quite frankly.
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