Labour MP Gloria de Piero has asked an unnamed national newspaper to stop looking for topless pictures she posed for aged just The new shadow minister for women and equalities said she had learned a news agency acting on behalf of a newspaper had offered thousands of pounds to the owner of the building the photos are believed to be in, as well as a bonus if they were found. The former GMTV presenter had reiterated in recent days she understood why women posed for such photographs, as she had done so in order to afford new clothes. I thought at the time it was a way of improving my circumstances.
Gloria de Piero Says She 'Understands' Why Women Strip Off As She Did A Topless Photo Shoot Aged 15
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By James Tozer for the Daily Mail. The glamorous year-old former GMTV political editor was 15 when she posed for the pictures to earn money to buy herself some new clothes. I understand how they might think it would be a way out. After her secret was uncovered in , the then-parliamentary candidate explained how she had been motivated by a lack of spending money after her father was forced to give up his job due to ill health. The former breakfast television presenter, who married her long-term partner last year, also revealed yesterday that at the age of about 37 she decided to concentrate on her political career rather than starting a family. But Ms de Piero, who was elected in and succeeded the disgraced Geoff Hoon in the Nottinghamshire seat of Ashfield, insisted that choosing not to have children would not harm her politically. Ms de Piero who was a GMTV political presenter has said she wants more 'real women' to become involved in politics after winning the seat of Ashfield in right.
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With Emma Barnett. Including Gloria de Piero, shadow minister for women and equalities; first national sperm bank; Japan and child porn; normcore; and Scotland's first woman MP. Plus, Japan has become the last industrialised country to ban possession of child pornography, but why are manga comics and animation exempt?
On Monday, reports in this newspaper suggested the Sun was dropping their regular Page 3 feature. On Tuesday, the Times ran a story confirming that the decision had been signed off by Rupert Murdoch, and it was assumed to be true, given the Sun and the Times share an owner. So did everyone bemused by the continued presence of bare breasts in a popular daily newspaper, which is a lot of people. And then, on Thursday, this. The breasts, back again.