Eddie Izzard wants to become Britain's first transgender MP

Eddie Izzard wants to become Britain’s first transgender MP as she announces plan to stand for Labour at the next election

  • Eddie Izzard wants to be Britain’s first transgender MP in the House of Commons
  • The 58-year-old comedian previously said she was a ‘lesbian in a man’s body’
  • He now wants to campaign to bring an end to the 11-year Tory-led government 

Comedian Eddie Izzard, who now identifies as a woman, wants to become the first transgender MP in Westminster. 

The 58-year-old star, who had previously identified as a transvestite, once described herself as a ‘lesbian trapped in a man’s body’. 

She now wants to help Keir Starmer’s Labour Party to evict Boris Johnson from 10 Downing Street and bring an end of 11 years of Conservative-led rule. 

Eddie Izzard, pictured, wants to become Britain’s first transgender MP

The 58-year-old comedian said she is now ‘based in girl mode from now on’

She said she wants to help Sir Keir Starmer become the next Labour Prime Minister 

According to the Sunday Mirror, Izzard, 58, is now ‘based in girl mode from now on’ and wants to serve in parliament. 

She said: ‘I wish to stand, I wish to be considered for a constituency, I would love to be elected and I would love to fight for Keir Starmer to be the next Prime Minister.

‘I don’t trust Boris Johnson. He has lied upon lied and that is not a good example to our children, to say if you lie enough you can become Prime Minister.’

Eddie had previously urged the former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to drive anti-Semites out of the party. 

The award-winning comedian is due to complete her 31st marathon in 31 days during a campaign to raise funds for the Make Humanity Great Again charity.  

So far her epic run has raised more than £150,000. 

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