Thornberry: “I’ve Never Seen Anything Like it Before”

Somebody get Thornberry a spade:

“It was a house covered in British flags. I’ve never seen anything like it before. My point is that it’s a remarkable image of a house completely covered in flags. There’s three of them.”

Simon Danczuk tells MailOnline:

“Everyone will know exactly what she meant by that comment.

I think she was being derogatory and dismissive of the people. We all know what she was trying to imply.

I’ve talked about this previously. It’s like the Labour party has been hijacked by the north London liberal elite and it’s comments like that which reinforce that view.

I want to see more people flying the British flag.”

Eric Pickles weighs in:

“Whatever one’s class, colour or creed, the St George’s flag is a unifying symbol for our nation. Don’t knock it – let’s fly the English flag with pride.”

Nigel Farage adds:

Perhaps time for her to stop talking.


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