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Shocking moment Rachel Johnson strips off on Sky News The Pledge after naked anti-Brexit prof’s stunt on BBC Radio 4

RACHEL Johnson stripped off on The Pledge tonight after a Cambridge professor staged a naked protest against Brexit earlier this week.

Rachel left her co-hosts blushing as she whipped her top off and introduced the Sky News show completely topless.

 Rachel Johnson stripped off during tonight's The Pledge, on Sky News
Rachel Johnson stripped off during tonight’s The Pledge, on Sky News

The journalist, and sister of arch-Brexiteer and Tory MP Boris, flashed the flesh in response to Dr Victoria Bateman’s naked appearance on BBC Radio 4 and GMB.

Rachel told viewers: “As I know it can be hard to get your voice heard about Brexit nowadays.

“It feels like we’ve hit saturation point. Enter pro-EU campaigner Victoria Batemen who’s come up with a striking way this week to get herself noticed.

“Appearing across the media completely starkers to make various points about Brexit – leaving Britain naked.

“So in tribute to Dr baker I’ve decided to follow suit – every time we decide to talk about Brexit just to make sure I get noticed.”

NAKED PROTEST

Rachel’s co-presenters were in fits of giggles when she whipped off her top – with Carole Malone pointing out that Nick Ferrari had gone completely red faced.

Dr Bateman made her naked protest by writing “Brexit leaves Britain naked” across her body as she was interviewed by John Humphrys, on the Radio 4 Today programme.

She was later interviewed by Richard Madeley during a cringeworthy segment on GMB on Tuesday.

Dr Bateman said she had written thousands of words in her role as an economist to warn against Brexit.

She added: “The key message that I have is that Brexit is the Emperor’s new clothes. It’s just not possible to deliver.”
Dr Victoria Bateman has even invited prominent Tory Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg challenged to take off his clothes and hold a naked debate on Brexit

 Dr Victoria Bateman said she wanted people to take her message seriously, and was willing to use her body to get it across

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Dr Victoria Bateman said she wanted people to take her message seriously, and was willing to use her body to get it across


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