Isn\’t she supposed to be a lawyer?
The deputy Labour leader, Harriet Harman, today stepped up the pressure on the former RBS chief executive Sir Fred Goodwin to waive his £693,000 pension, saying the government aimed to take the money back from him.
"The prime minister has said that it is not acceptable and therefore it will not be accepted," she told the BBC\’s Andrew Marr Show.
"It might be enforceable in a court of law, this [pension] contract – but it is not enforceable in the court of public opinion, and that is where the government steps in."
Can\’t we get her cashiered from the Law Society or the Inns of Court for saying such a mind gobblingly awful thing? Or would it be easier just to shoot her?
Lashings of ginger beer for the first person to get that Robert Boult quote into the comments.