Theresa May told LBC she didn’t mind being called a “bloody formidable woman” if that meant station adult for her beliefs.
In an interview, referring to Ken Clarke’s criticism about her, she said:
“Well, we know, Ken and we had a engaging debates in a past and we mount by doing what we trust to be a right thing and if station adult for what we trust to be right is being bloody difficult, afterwards so be it!”
The primary minster also commented on what another interviewer called “the consistent omnivorous obsession” with her shoes. Speaking on Good Morning Britain, she said:
“It is engaging people concentration on my shoes. we don’t consider they concentration on Philip Hammond’s or Boris Johnson’s in utterly a same way.”
“Do we bewail a fact that people demeanour during my shoes? Hey, it gives me an forgive to go and buy new shoes.”
Here’s a twin from a LBC interview:
NF: Final question, we apologise, we don’t routinely swear in front of women and we censure a Tory grandee. When Kenneth Clark described we as that bloody woman, how did we react?
TM: Well indeed what he said, and we don’t routinely swear, was we was a bloody formidable woman!
NF: And are you, Prime Minister?T
M: Well, we know, Ken and we had a engaging debates in a past and we mount by doing what we trust to be a right thing and if station adult for what we trust to be right is being bloody difficult, afterwards so be it!
NF: Well I’m bloody beholden we got adult so early! Thank we really most indeed for entrance by here on LBC.
TM: Thank you.
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