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Wally of the Week – Quentin Letts

Blabbering bigmouth Quentin Letts yet again shows himself to be nothing but loopy in a truly weird column in ‘The Sun’


Whilst Uri Geller is trying to use his telepathic energy to force Theresa May into a second referendum, The Sun’s resident blabbering bigmouth Quentin Letts went into one of his typically insane meltdowns this morning about Sir Oliver Letwin MP being the “wally [who] could wreck Brexit.”


In an unusually lengthy rant – even by his standards – Letts called the “Tory toff” everything from a “prize Mr Bean” to “clownish” and “loony.” He added that Letwin is a “farcical pratfall” and argued that the MP was “so naïve, so unplugged from the ways of the world, that he once admitted a burglar to his house at 5am.”


Former dustman (not that there is anything wrong with that in itself) Letts himself, it should be remembered, is not a man without fault and is also one who’s a load of rubbish. In 2016, this oddity disgracefully described Andrew Marr as “Captain-Hop-Along, growling away on BBC One, throwing his arm about like a tipsy conductor” whilst he was recovering from a stroke. He was rightly forced to apologise.


Elsewhere ‘Loopy Letts’ patronisingly suggested an actor was cast “because he was black” and bizarrely told Polly Toynbee: “I wish I could pin her to the ground and tickle her under the armpits to make you smile, my dear” whilst debating with her on Radio 4’s Today programme.


On his website, Quentin Letts proudly declares: “I am a deputy church warden, the only public office I’ve coveted” and adds: “I was [The Telegraph’s] temporary Commons sketch writer when Mrs Thatcher was toppled. Don’t blame me, though some do.” Many others would argue differently. There’s plenty else we can pin on this bombastic prat.


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