Boris Johnson is back in the feminist doghouse.
Telegraph Wonder Women writer Radhika Sanghani complained that the Foreign Secretary sat with his legs too widely apart in the photo of the new Cabinet and was a “serial manspreader”, cramping the style of the women sitting on either side of him.
Right-on young Sanghani attributed Boris’s territorial grab to his sense of “male privilege”.
There might be a simpler explanation. The Cabinet Minister to Boris’s left, fighting for space, is none other than Amber Rudd, who cattily observed on TV of the hero of Brexit that he is not the kind of chap you want driving you home after a party.
Looks like the Foreign Secretary has decided to squeeze her out of the picture.