By Sarah White For Mailonline. Naked academic Dr Victoria Bateman - who stripped off on Good Morning Britain and the Today programme — was linked to a sex discrimination case involving her city high-flyer husband, MailOnline can reveal. A female lawyer at Fidelity Worldwide Investment complained when anti- Brexit campaigner Dr Bateman's husband James allegedly shared a nude portrait of his wife with colleagues.
Screenshot via Good Morning Britain. In my experience, nudity is not a constructive addition to sensible discourse. I once had an argument with a Tinder date at a naked cabaret night in Bethnal Green and I can confirm without a shadow of a doubt that the fact we were both topless did not help us reconcile our emotional differences.
Many British academics are ardently opposed to Brexit. Others are passionate in their commitment to the idea that women can do what they like with their own bodies. But Victoria Bateman — fellow in economics at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge — must be highly unusual in bringing the two causes together, most recently in a performance titled Brexit: The Naked Truthwhere audience members got a chance to create a living anti-Brexit petition by signing her bare body.
Women and their allies are taking bold steps towards achieving gender equality in the workplace. In MarchVictoria Bateman walked into the gala dinner at the annual conference of the Royal Economic Society in Brighton, the largest gathering of economists in the UK. Amid the formal business attire, Bateman stood out; she was completely naked, except for some jewelry fitting for a gala event. That day, the message to her peers was a demand for respect for women and their place in economics.
In this one-off performance at the Cambridge Junction theatre in Januaryon the eve of the Parliamentary vote on Britain's exit from the European Union, Dr. Victoria Bateman argues that Britain has sold itself the emperor's new clothes. She explores how Brexit leaves the British economy exposed, how it has uncovered and fuelled dangerous anti-immigration sentiments, and how it has laid bare the failures of past policy - failures that mean that too many people believe they have nothing to lose from Brexit simply because they have nothing at all.
But one Cambridge fellow has been particularly outspoken with her thoughts and feelings towards Britain's relationship with the EU. She performed a naked show at the Cambridge Junction in which she had 'Brexit leaves Britain naked' painted across her chest. People also got talking when she bared all on Good Morning Britain and Radio 4 to talk about the issue.
What on earth has possessed her to conduct this interview with her clothes on? Bateman is the feminist economic historian who strips down to her nothings in public. For example: her lecture Brexit: The Naked Truthdelivered in Cambridge in January and available on the internet, begins with her in a sober suit, blouse and scarf, but within two minutes she is down to her bra and knickers.
Victoria N. She is a fellow in economics at Gonville and Caius CollegeCambridge. She read economics at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge,  and went on to receive her masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Oxford.
A naked Brexit protester has made headlines again after she stripped off for an interview live on breakfast television. Dr Bateman is an economics fellow at Cambridge University, a feminist campaigner and an anti-Brexit protester. She first made the headlines in when the feminist academic commissioned and posed nude for a life-size portrait by Anthony Connolly which was shown at the Mall Galleries.