Matthew Steeples calls upon Fiona Woolf to resign (and to take Theresa May with her)
Theresa May unsurprisingly disgraced herself in appointing Baroness Butler-Sloss to head the inquiry into historic child abuse and she continues to disgrace herself in appointing and now defending her choice of Fiona Woolf as her replacement. Now, given revelations that Woolf entertained the former Home Secretary Leon Brittan – who himself has been questioned over rape allegations and whose name, we can reveal, is mentioned on countless websites in the context of the Elm Guest House scandal – in her own home, it is time that both she and May resign.
Woolf, who the Labour MP Simon Danczuk has described as “out of her depth”, has lived in the same street as Brittan since 2004 and has also served on the board of conferences with him. She has donated to a charitable fundraiser Brittan’s wife participated in and also judges the annual Dragon Awards scheme with her as well. Her connections to Lord and Lady Brittan could not be more apparent.
The blame for this latest blunder, however, must entirely be placed upon the shoulders of the current Home Secretary, Theresa May. This hapless woman is a blight on the Conservative Party and though I, for one, am of the belief that we must back them to stop Labour coming to power, David Cameron must act now to save further embarrassment. It is time for Theresa May to get a visit from Anne Robinson. She is the Weakest Link. Goodbye.
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