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Wednesday, 28 April 2010

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Bigoted woman, Gillian Duffy is fighting back today following a gaffe by Prime Minister and hapless fall-guy, Gordon Brown.

Long time Labour supporter Duffy, 65, is believed to have questioned Gordon Brown following a live television interview asking "... these Eastern Europeans, where are they coming from?"

As Brown got back into his car to get his A to Z in order to answer her question, he was picked up by Sky microphones referring to her a "bigoted woman". He denies that this was down to her views on immigration but was due to the fact that she spent the whole conversation staring rather uncomfortably at his glass eye.

Duffy is now following in Alex Salmond's footsteps and trying to use legal means to claim her place in the third and final leader debate. She is quoted as saying, "if that scotch twat can do it why can't I? Can't just have squinty, posh boy and the Russki in the debates. Who's going to support people with normal views like me? Mind you, I don't like the thought of all those immigrants staring at me while I'm on TV. Makes my skin crawl."

BNP leader Nick Griffin has come out in support of Duffy saying, "I can't see what's bigoted about these views. I happen to agree with her and you wouldn't call me a bigot now would you?" He then excused himself and returned to his signed copy of Mein Kampf.

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