Two women from Bristol who spent election morning canvassing for the Labour party were told they couldn't enter the polling station to cast their own votes - because of their Labour t-shirts.
It's not permitted to wear party political clothing inside a polling station, but Sarah MacDonald and Jules Taylor were determined not to let anything stand in their way.
They simply took off their t-shirts and voted in their bras.
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