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The snakes and ladders of societyA chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

Woman of The Hour – Kirstie Allsopp

Kirstie Allsopp rightly stands up to motormouth Kay Burley


George Michael’s death was sad given he was plainly a talented musician and that he was taken too young and when the television presenter Kirstie Allsopp reacted by suggesting that Sky News’ reporting on the story was “appalling” she spoke for many.


The Murdoch owned news station did indeed focus on Michael’s “scandals” rather than his music and that their presenter Kay Burley responded: “Oh do shut up Kirstie” speaks volumes.


In writing such, Miss Burley, a nasty old wench with a heart of stone, showed herself for exactly what she is: A failure of a journalist with not an ounce of impartiality in her body. She ought to apologise and she ought to be sacked by Sky.



2 comments on “Woman of The Hour – Kirstie Allsopp”

  1. Kay Burley is a faded, cantankerous old harridan. She exposes her crass ineptitude time and again. Does she ever read a brief? Is she uninterested in keeping up with world affairs? I think not. She is self-obsessed and should be pensioned-off ASAP.

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