The House of Commons in the United Kingdom does not admit infants.

On Tuesday, British Member of Parliament Stella Creasy brought her infant to work in the House of Commons. According to a reprimanding email that was sent afterward, she would not have taken such a step.

It refers to a rule book that stipulates that “no one should take a seat in the chamber with a youngster,” according to the e-mail sent by a personal assistant to the chairman of the Appropriations Committee.

Creasy is a member of the Labor Party, and she has previously launched a campaign to encourage more moms to become active in political life.

It is her claim to the BBC that she was unaware of the regulations and that she has previously brought her kid to discussions, which is also prohibited by the rules.

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