'Use my correct title': Australia's female Speaker repeatedly called 'Mr' – BBC

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Australian Leader of the Opposition Peter Dutton repeatedly called the deputy Speaker Sharon Claydon "Mr Speaker" in parliament on Thursday.
Although Claydon reminded him that she is “not Mr Speaker”, Mr Dutton continued referring to her in that way throughout the speech.
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