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MEDIA MOUTHPIECES

The sofa lovers who can’t keep quiet

Baroness Warsi

Baroness WarsiThis busybody Baroness served as co-chair of the Conservative Party and then as Foreign Office minister until resigning in August 2014 over her differences with HM Government’s policy over the Israel-Gaza conflict. The first Muslim to attend Cabinet, Warsi had to admit she was “on the wrong side of history” on gay rights in 2013, declared that people who back the British National Party “have some legitimate views” and considers the French ban on burkas offensive. Baroness Warsi describes herself as a “Northern working-class mum” but many colleagues criticise her as “bitchy”. She is in fact little more than a true example of a media mouthpiece.

 

Comments

5 comments on “Baroness Warsi”

  1. Appallingly disloyal to attack David Cameron in such a cowardly way. Have your opinion, but don’t wreck the party.

  2. If you can,t beat them, join them. I guess she will be joining George Galloway,s Respect Party, although the old cat is no Omar Shariff……

    1. Sorry, it is can’t and George Galloway’s Respect party. Glenmore is right, I have the said lady in her bloomers on my mind this morning, not Omar Shariff on his camel. I would rather smoke a camel..

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