Women in politics: how has it changed?

100 years after some women first got the right to vote – they still make up only a third of all MP’s.

The 2017 election brought a record number of female MP’s into the commons but there are still on 208 women in the chamber.

Rosie Winterton MP told Eddie Bingham how she feels things have changed for women in parliament since she was elected in 1997:

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