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WILDCARDS

The free spirits

Gillian Duffy

Gillian DuffyThe personification of a political swingometer, Gillian Duffy thought she was speaking for the nation when she stated: “I’m voting Labour. I want a Labour government and to get behind Ed Miliband as our leader” prior to the 2015 General Election. Her wishes went the same way as Miliband’s stone. Described as a “bigoted woman” by Gordon Brown in 2010 (he was subsequently embarrassed into making an apology to her in person), Rochdale based Duffy has also flirted with the “authenticity” of UKIP’s Nigel Farage and liked to sing “The Red Flag” as a teenager. She is a widow, mother of one and a grandmother of two.

 

 

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4 comments on “Gillian Duffy”

  1. As in another comment today; not only are the poor always with us; the poorly behaved are too

    David Cameron’s administration may not be perfect, but they are better than any conceivable alternative…..help them and support them as there are stormy conditions ahead

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