"It's disgraceful. He's just shown his true colours. He's always trying to pretend to be so nice and in touch with the people but he's obviously not. I can see it anyway. I don't like the man, to be honest*."
She said she can't really speak to anyone- something about lawyers, but she actually said she was disgusted by what he said. She's a very strong-willed person and I don't think she'll accept the apology, to be honest*."
The grandmother was said to be working with PR advisers, that leech Max Clifford, last night, and has yet to make any comment on the PM's visit. Clifford said:
“The Tory press love this story. It would be worth £100 000 to The Sun or the Mail if she was prepared to be critical of Gordon Brown.”
Mrs Duffy's nephew, luckily not called Gillian but Andrew, added:
"It's a massive gaffe isn't it, what can you say? He's made a fool of himself really."
I wonder who is making the bigger fool of themselves now? Ghastly. And why the need to use this redundant phrase*? Tell you what, pet, don't be honest for a change...or is that already the case?