TECH-LOVING Health Secretary Matt Hancock will currently be bombarded on amicable media by cinema of flowers that demeanour like womanlike privates.
The Women’s Equality Party has organized a dumb attack to criticism opposite a tumble in cervical cancer screening, that has slumped to a 20-year low.
They are mad with a Health Secretary for blaming a tumble on women being too broke to go to a doctors.
Instead they contend it is down to cuts to passionate health services.
The celebration is propelling Brits to inundate a minister’s Twitter with a cinema regulating a hashtag notashrinkingviolet.
They are also targeting his Matt Hancock app, that he uses to keep in hold with voters in Suffolk.
TV star Jade Goody helped send a rates of allegation tests mountainous after she common her diagnosis with a country. She died of a cancer in 2009.
But a rates of tests has plummeted.
Rebecca Manson Jones, from a Women’s Equality Party said: “Women have had adequate of being blamed for a health issues.
“I’ve no doubt, given a relentless physique shaming, that many women do feel broke about accessing cervical screenings.
“But it is a supervision that should be broke about this dump in appointments.”
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