No, of course she isn’t, she’s expressing a preference, she’s in no position to do anything about it.Now if a male had said that?
Is she not commiting an offence under the sex discrimination act in saying only woman should be eligible for leader?
What does this say about how she views women?The woman is mad. Sh seems to like, all women selections
Jess Phillips acknowledged it was 'very difficult' for people to stand back from the contest, but warned it would be 'embarrassing' if Labour elected another man to its top job.www.dailymail.co.uk
The Labour leadership battle ramped up today as Jess Phillips suggested favourite Keir Starmer should quit so a woman can win.
Rather than removal, perhaps we could handicap them. So for instance, the leader should have a declared deputy and maybe Starmer can be assigned jess as his deputy?What does this say about how she views women?
To be able to win at anything we have to remove any male competition.
Seems I have a much higher opinion of women than our Jess who seems to think they're just a bunch of special needs donkeys that ned a leg up to achieve anything.
You are Sir Humphrey Appleby and I claim my free Civil Service Guide to Obfuscation...The unfortunate problem in combining minority groups is that certain minority groups hate other minority groups, and the minority group support group has not yet devolved a logic that can be inclusive for groups that due to their particular group leanings are inherently divisive unless the other groups are denied their own minority group identity to become included in that particular divisive group identity.
Its also difficult to see where a suitable male would come from either. You wouldn’t actually choose any of them to run an automated launderette let alone a political party or country. Not that that matters to the people who will be appointing them.No, of course she isn’t, she’s expressing a preference, she’s in no position to do anything about it.
And she may well be right that the party could do with a female leader, just not any of the ones who are currently standing and it’s difficult to see where a suitable would come from in the next few years either.
We all know the fragrant Diane should throw her hat into the ring.And she may well be right that the party could do with a female leader, just not any of the ones who are currently standing