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Wally of the Week – Sarah Vine

Backstabber Michael Gove’s wife’s attack on Gina Miller confirms her for what she truly is – Sarah Vine is nothing but an OKA loving wally

 

In this morning’s Daily Mail, the wife of the traitorous, creepy Tory politician Michael Gove MP, Sarah Vine, penned a catty and badly written diatribe attacking Gina Miller as a “pushy Posh Mum just like Catherine Tate’s comic creation”.

 

Known to Private Eye readers as “Sarah Vain” and a mother of two, Swansea born Vine attacked Gina Miller as “Mitford-sisters-like in her ability to misunderstand and patronise ordinary citizens” and having “no concept of what life is like for those who have not thrived under the yoke of Brussels”.

 

Coming from a woman whose own husband has claimed thousands in expenses as an MP and spent much of that money at his parliamentary colleague’s wife’s Viscountess Astor’s decidedly posh OKA store, that’s rich. Meet Sarah Vine – Our much deserved Wally of the Week.

 

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7 comments on “Wally of the Week – Sarah Vine”

  1. Typical Steeple Times s***!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gina Miller and Matthew Steeples should be locked up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Theresa May will MAKE GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. This Welsh wizard should learn to keep her big trap SHUT. Both her and her expense claiming moron of a husband, have been on the tax payer gravy train for years. Just because they decided to send their child to a public school instead of a private one, God forbid, we are all supposed to to be thankfull. Give me a break..

    1. Gove may be many things but at least he can spell: clearly Dodge dodged any form of education! BTW, thankful, not thankfull
      Do you know the difference between a public and a private school.
      Oh, and I forget Gove, one of the most cerebral of politicians did rather well in life…an adopted child who won a scholarship to Robert Gordon’s College, one of Scotland’s most demanding of schools and then another to Balliol: the alma mater of Britain’s brightest. Learn to keep your mouth shut: you are quite embarrassing!

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