Lady Borwick makes a fool of herself on Sky News yet again and shows her lack of knowledge of historical sequence; meanwhile her son finds himself embroiled in the Jennifer Arcuri-Boris Johnson scandal
“They seek her here, they seek her there, Sky News seeks her everywhere” seems to be applicable to Lady ‘Call Me Victoria’ Borwick of late.
In spite of being unceremoniously rejected in favour of Felicity ‘Call Me Flicka’ Buchan by Kensington Conservatives, Lady Borwick – a woman prone to supporting the ivory trade and doing little-to-nothing for homeless people – has repeatedly been wheeled out for comment on Sky News in weeks of late.
Whether Lady Borwick – a woman whose former Vote Leave chief technology officer son, The Hon. Thomas Borwick, is embroiled in the Jennifer Arcuri-Boris Johnson scandal also – is seeking a return to frontline politics herself is unknown, but that she opted to sport her necklace reading: “Votes For Women” last night about sums up how dim she truly is.
Lady Borwick might like to consult the history books: Women first got the right to vote in 1918, one-hundred-and-one years ago.