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PRESENTERS AND POLITICOS

The decision makers and the narrators

Sir Bernard Ingham

Bernard InghamMargaret Thatcher’s former spin doctor is as well known for his eyebrows as his outspoken remarks. In November 2013, this Yorkshireman commented that Northerners who refused to vote Conservative conveyed an “image of bovine stupidity” and has previously derided Scottish nationalists as being “as greedy as sin”. He believes that the Hillsborough disaster was caused by a “bunch of tanked up yobs” but was himself bound over to keep the peace in 1999 after a dispute with a neighbour. Ingham is not one for apologising.

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3 comments on “Sir Bernard Ingham”

  1. A bigot who knows not a single boundary. His comments about Hillsborough are sick. He should be put down. The man is a racist dog.

    1. Why is he a racist dog? I rather like his eyebrows….incredible
      I am sure alcohol had something to do with it….now calm down Kenny dear

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