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Mum's from across the North East have staged a breastfeeding protest in Newcastle. It was in support of a woman labelled a 'tramp' after feeding her baby in public. Hannah McNulty reports.
Janet Murphy and her friend Julia Langley organised the Newcastle protest in support of Emily Slough. She told ITV News how she felt when she heard the Staffordshire woman had been called a 'tramp':
Julia Langley and her friend Janet Murphy organised the Newcastle protest after reading about Emily Slough being called a 'tramp'. She told ITV News the message they hope to send:
Around 50 parents are expected to protest in Newcastle in support of a woman from Staffordshire who was called a 'tramp' for breastfeeding in public. An image of Emily Slough was put on Facebook after she stopped to feed her daughter in public.