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Tory justice secretary Dominic Raab thinks misogyny can be a ‘woman against a man’

Dominic Raab, Deputy Prime Minister, Lord Chancellor, and Secretary of State for Justice at the Conservative Party Conference. (Getty/ Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)

Dominic Raab – justice secretary, deputy prime minister and the man who once said men get a “raw deal” because of “feminist bigotry” – has discussed misogyny ‘against men’ on live TV.

While it has become apparent that queer rights and tackling anti-LGBT+ discrimination are far from the top of the government’s list of priorities, if you thought the UK’s justice secretary might at least have a grasp on other forms of discrimination, you would seemingly be wrong.

Appearing on BBC Breakfast on Wednesday (6 October), Raab rejected the idea that misogyny should become a hate crime in the wake of the murder of Sarah Everard.

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