Nadia Whitmore won the award after a winning a public vote from the websites readers.

Britain’s youngest member of parliament has been commended by LGBTQ+ news source Pink news for her outspoken criticism of transphobia.

Nadia Whittome won the award after a winning a public vote from the websites readers.

She won the award along with Lib Dem MP for Oxford West & Abingdon Layla Moran.

Their victories was announced Friday 4 December through on Twitter.

In a twitter statement, Pink News commended the Nottingham East MP for “being a strong Ally to the trans community.”

Ms Whittome accepted the award with pride, writing:

“Its a huge honour to receive this years pink news award, alongside Layla Moran.

“I will always stand as a proud advocate for the LGBTQ+ community. I know that in 2021 we will be even stronger and more united.”

Ms Whittome made headlines in July 2020 after she passionately criticised transphobia in a op-ed for the Independent.

Last years award went to Conservative MP for Portsmouth North, Penny Mourdant.

The Pink Awards run from 2-4 December to celebrate LGBTQ+ achievements, stories and allies.

All winners are announced through Pink News’ social media.