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Michelle Dewberry has hit out at the decision to ban London cabbies from flying England flags during the Euros.

TfL (Transport for London) said the ban is due to concerns it could distract drivers and other road users.

But speaking on GB News, Michelle suggested an ulterior motive was at play as she accused the Khan-led body of hypocrisy.

She pointed to posters spotted across the capital celebrating Pride which feature trans mastectomy.

“I don’t mean to be rude, but how come you are able to fly all sorts of flags everywhere?” she questioned.

“You can have massive posters in and around London celebrating they/them stuff and individuals who have chopped off healthy bits and pieces.

“Apparently that is not a distraction, but a tiny flag is.”

TfL guidelines state: “Breaches of regulations could lead to a formal sanction - such as a warning, fixed penalty notice, prosecution or licence review.”

A TfL spokesman added: "For the safety of all passengers and drivers, we have guidelines about what can be displayed in or on taxis and private hire vehicles.

“Only official signs and stickers can be displayed.

“Any other signage or flags are not permitted because they could cause a distraction to other drivers and other road users.”

Michelle is not the only one critical of the move to ban England flags, with Reform leader Nigel Farage taking to X, formerly Twitter, to make his views clear.

In a four-word social media post, Farage said: “Khan really hates England.”

Michelle’s comments came amid heavy criticism for Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions as they prepare to take on Slovenia.

Despite England already securing qualification, the Three Lions are under pressure with many suggesting their playing style has been laboured.

They defeated Serbia 1-0 in their opening game thanks to a Jude Bellingham header before being held to a 1-1 draw by Denmark just days later.

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