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Pro-Palestinian activists leave effigies of dead babies outside Tory MP’s office in stunt led by ex-BBC News producer

  • The ringleader of the stunt was a former BBC News producer and activist filmmaker.

Disgusting pro-Palestinian activists threw bloody effigies of dead babies onto the doorstep of the office of a Conservative MP with two young children.

Siobhan Baillie, 42, said she felt “sad, angry and upset” after her constituency office was targeted in a campaign against the MP for Stroud, Gloucestershire.

The ringleader of this stunt was former BBC News producer and activist filmmaker Oonagh Cousins, who describes herself online as a “mum, documentarian, producer, director, activist”.

Last night Ms Baillie, who has two daughters under four, told the Mail on Sunday: ‘These protesters won’t help a single child.’

Pro-Palestinian activists left bloodied effigies of dead babies outside the door of Siobhan Baillie's office (photo)

Pro-Palestinian activists left bloodied effigies of dead babies outside the door of Siobhan Baillie’s office (photo)

Siobhan Baillie, 42 (pictured), said she felt

Siobhan Baillie, 42 (pictured), said she felt “sad, angry and upset” after her constituency office was targeted.

Ms Baillie, a member of the conservative group Friends of Israel, said staff working for her had resigned because of the protests.

An MP since 2019, she was pregnant when she campaigned in that year’s election.

She said female parliamentarians were more targeted by protesters than male parliamentarians. “Women are mistreated more than men. I have to believe this is a deliberate attempt to intimidate parents.

The ringleader of the stunt was former BBC News producer and activist filmmaker Oonagh Cousins.  Pictured, Stroud Ceasefire Now Coalition protest

The ringleader of the stunt was former BBC News producer and activist filmmaker Oonagh Cousins. Pictured, Stroud Ceasefire Now Coalition protest

But she said: “I am absolutely determined to show that there is a better way of doing politics. There is no need to protest like this.

Robin Layfield, speaking on behalf of the Stroud Palestine Solidarity Campaign, said: “It is right that responsibility for this has been laid at the MP’s doorstep.

“Our MP – our representative in government – ​​has considerable agency and political power that she can leverage to help end this genocide and bring about a cease-fire. -fire now.”

Ms Cousins ​​has been contacted for comment.

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