• the first page of this Tuesday in the British newspaper has been much criticized in the social networks.
  • “are in 2017. Sexism should be buried. “Shame on the ‘ Daily Mail ‘, has written for example on his Twitter account the leader of the labour party.
  • the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and the principal Minister of Scotland gathered Monday at a hotel in Glasgow.

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<p> the cover of Tuesday’s the Daily Mail <em> </em> a <strong> has generated great controversy on social networks </strong>. Next to a photo of the main Minister for Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, the British newspaper titled using a play on words “No matter the <em> brexit </em>who wins on legs”. </p>
<p> many netizens have labeled this first page of <strong> sexist, offensive and retrograde </strong>. Among them is the leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, who, through his Twitter account, has written: “we are in 2017. Sexism should be buried. Shame on the Daily Mail <em> </em> “.” </p>
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    It’s 2017. This sexism must be consigned to history. Shame on the Daily Mail. pic.twitter.com/V3RpFSgfnO

    – Jeremy Corbyn MP (@jeremycorbyn) March 27, 2017

    the thing is not there. Comments can be read in an article by journalist Sarah Vine in inner pages as “the legs of Sturgeon, more short but no doubt more sculptural are crossed seductively, with your dominant leg pointing toward your audience”.

    Sturgeon and May gathered Monday for close to an hour in a Glasgow hotel, in their first meeting since the leader of the Scottish national party announced two weeks ago his plans for push a new referendum of independence .