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"I have been patronized by better people than the prime minister."

--Angela Eagle, the shadow chief secretary to the Treasury in Britain, upon being told to "calm down dear" by prime minister David Cameron during a raucous House of Commons exchange. Critics were quick to accuse Cameron of sexism. Write up and video here, courtesy of the BBC. 

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