Did Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom just ‘flounce’?

Commons leader Andrea Leadsom showed off her flouncing skills to MPs earlier after a Labour MP apologised to her for using the word.

Barry Sheerman said he should not have said Mrs Leadsom “flounced” out of an earlier debate because it was a “sexist” term.

Mrs Leadsom said no apology was necessary – and showed MPs how it’s done.

(According to the Oxford English Dictionary, flounce means to “go or move in an exaggeratedly impatient or angry manner”).

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