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In The Media & Newsletter » Margot Parker MEP - What price an honest opinion?
I was shocked and frankly disturbed to read that the chief executive of Women's Aid, Katie Ghose, is stepping down from the charity after complaints from black and minority ethnic women's refuges about her public praise for UKIP.
What price an honest opinion? A capable woman is vilified and this is plainly wrong and unacceptable.
A statement from Women's Aid said, 'Katie, as chief executive, has led Women's Aid through a period of growth in our profile, impact and partnerships. She has achieved a huge amount in her time with us and brought her considerable leadership abilities to achieve influence in Whitehall and Westminster.'
And yet she appears to have been hounded out of her post - the lunatics really have taken over the asylum.
I have fought long and hard for women's rights and equality but I am a UKIP MEP.
Should I be vilified too?
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