Paula Sherriff (L, Dewsbury) v Boris Johnson. How was that always going to go?

A piece published on the website of Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them), the political party of which I’m the chairman, in October 2019:

At the 2016 International Men’s Day debate in the chamber of the House of Commons, the second such event hosted by Philip Davies, I was with Natty and Raymond in the public gallery. One of the pleasures of the debate (video, 1:22:42) was to watch Paula Sherriff (L, Dewsbury), then a Shadow Minister for Wimmin & Equalities, name our Feminist of the Month awards, thereby putting them in Hansard for the first time, and winning a Lying Feminist of the Month award for a claim she made in her diatribe (1:08:29 – 1:11:03).

Scrolling forward to 25.9.19, you’ll surely enjoy this piece (video, 2:47) on The Guardian website. After enduring Ms Sherriff’s tirade, delivered with rather unattractive frowning and nose flaring, Boris Johnson responded with this:

I have to say, Mr Speaker, I’ve never heard such humbug in all my life.

A good point, well made, we think.

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