EU Vice President DEMANDS More Speaking Time Than Other Panellists Because She’s A Woman
In a striking display of anti-male sexism, Mairead McGuiness MEP, argued that she should have more of a say than any other male on the panel because of the fact that she is a female.
Her shocking claim was met with a mixture of booing, laughter and cheer from the audience and fellow panellists.
Mrs McGuiness, who is also Vice President of the European Parliament faced harsh criticism on Twitter, being described as “against what the British people voted for” by one user and “a pain in the arse” in another!
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While McGuiness was discussing how much Britain owes the EU (a lot, in her opinion), host David Dimbleby interjected: “I’m going to stop you because I must bring in other members of the panel.”
However, she quickly retorted: “Apologies but I have more to say on this if I’m allowed; I hope I’m allowed.”
Following a very shocked reaction from audience members & panellists, Dimbleby replied: “No, fives into sixty; we have sixty minutes and five people.”