Video: Yesterday lunchtime, quitter Smith’s racist comment on national TV. These were this morning’s front pages

Politics live on Monday lunchtime

Yesterday, Angela Smith – one of the MPs who quit the Labour Party blaming among other things supposed racism in the party, made a grossly racist and now infamous comment on BBC television about skin colour.

Below are this morning’s newspaper headlines taken from last night’s newspaper review on Sky News shown in the early hours of this morning:

‘Mainstream’ journalists and other advocates for the Establishment media have insisted today that press and broadcasters gave adequate coverage to Smith’s comment.

SKWAWKBOX comment:

Imagine the difference had the same statement been made by a current Labour MP, let alone an ally or supporter of Jeremy Corbyn.

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7 responses to “Video: Yesterday lunchtime, quitter Smith’s racist comment on national TV. These were this morning’s front pages

  1. She will be ever known as Tingela. Still as long as the water stays privatised to Chinese communist hands all is fine eh Tinge?

  2. Yes all according to plan – drip, drip, drip.
    Must have been a fascinating meeting those months ago when they met to formulate their plan.
    The few have their dominance of the Right Wing media but the. many have social media.
    Young people are generally with Jeremy!
    We need to have courage brothers and sisters – we stand for a democratic transformation of society as an example to diverse working people in everg country and this could be more exciting than the 1945 victory!

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