Dawn Butler MP struggles through interview – BBC News


Labour MP Dawn Butler has struggled to explain her party’s policies during an interview with Eddie Mair on Radio 4’s PM programme. The former minister also accused Costa Coffee of not paying full taxation in the UK before saying that she could not say the company was doing so “definitively”. The MP was trending on Twitter following the interview, where she later apologised to Costa Coffee.
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Date: January 22, 2020

28 thoughts on “Dawn Butler MP struggles through interview – BBC News

  1. As is the case with Long Bailey and Diane Abbott, painful to listen to. My lord, how did the Labour Party dumb itself down like this? This is what happens when you put people in power because their skin is a certain colour or they happen to be a woman.

  2. This incredibly stupid woman has sat next to Jeremy Corbyn during virtually all of his PMQs.
    Was he virtue-signalling? Or is he too, too stupid to know the difference? How did this semi-literate
    woman ever get elected?

    Noticed that after being soundly thrashed, he had Butler and Abbott sitting on either side of him. You couldn't dream it up.

    My bad! Bring it on! Labour is obviously intent on committing ritual suicide on the national
    stage! Long Bailey! She looks and behaves like a shy schoolgirl. Could Labour be any more clueless?

  3. Here after watching Dawn Butler get confused while being sworn in and asking to "Affirm on the Bible" and needing the difference between swearing and affirming explained to her. Absolute moron.

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