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Naked Brexit protester strips off again for Good Morning Britain appearance


The naked anti- Brexit protestor was on Good Morning Britain and once again she left nothing to the imagination.

Dr Victoria Bateman’s message was written across her breasts on live TV.

It said: ‘Brexit leaves Britain naked’.

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Unfortunately for her GMB producers had to blur the message because they could not show her naked but she managed to get her thoughts out in the interview.

The Cambridge academic told the presenters: ‘As an economist I’m used to using words and equations in order to make an argument.

‘I thought what I would do I condense down those thousands of words in one simple message that Brexit leaves Britain naked.’

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Dr Victoria Bateman stripped off for her TV appearance (Picture: Good Morning Britain)

Dr Bateman said she was naked because it was a strong visual metaphor for Brexit and leaving the EU would be bad for the UK.

She added: ‘I am not an exhibitionist, I’m a woman comfortable in my own body, in control of my own body, who is happy to use my body in order to deliver an important message about the most important issue facing Britain in a whole generation to raise concerns about this entire Brexit project.

‘Why as a woman should I only be able to use my body for sex and babies, why shouldn’t I be able to use my body to deliver an important political message?’

It wasn’t the first time Dr Bateman had appeared naked for an interview.

Last week she stripped off while being interviewed by John Humphrys on Radio 4 and then challenged Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg to a debate.

She also required Mr Rees-Mogg to be in the buff.

Mr Humphrys was taken aback and said: ‘Oh, I see you’re naked’.





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