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Labour MP who delayed her caesarean section to vote down May’s Brexit deal gives birth to baby boy 

Labour MP who delayed her caesarean section to vote down May’s Brexit deal gives birth to baby boy

  • Tulip Siddiq, 36, shared photos of her son Raphael who was born on Thursday
  • Labour MP was pushed into Parliament on a wheelchair two days earlier to vote  
  • Baby Raphael Mujib St John Percy was born weighing 6 pounds 6.9 ounces

Labour MP Tulip Siddiq shared photosof her son (above), Raphael Mujib St John Percy, who was born on Thursday

Labour MP Tulip Siddiq has given birth to a baby boy days after she postponed a caesarean section to vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

She shared photos on Saturday of her son, Raphael Mujib St John Percy, who was born on Thursday.

Mrs Siddiq, who is married to Chris Percy, was pushed into Parliament on a wheelchair two days earlier to vote on the Brexit deal after she delayed the birth.

She said in a statement: “Tulip Siddiq and Chris Percy are proud to welcome Raphael Mujib StJohn Percy to the world.

“He was born on 9.59am on 17 Jan 2019, weighing 6 pounds 6.9 ounces.

“We are extremely grateful to the doctors, nurses, midwives and staff at the Royal Free Hospital for their brilliant work and for looking after our son so well.”

Mrs Siddiq (pictured right), who is married to Chris Percy (left), was pushed into Parliament on a wheelchair two days earlier to vote on the Brexit deal after she delayed the birth

Mrs Siddiq (pictured right), who is married to Chris Percy (left), was pushed into Parliament on a wheelchair two days earlier to vote on the Brexit deal after she delayed the birth

 

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