Shirley Williams’ impression of Donald Trump

This little gem is from last Friday’s PM on Radio 4 and probably means that my licence fee has been well worth it for these 90 seconds of Shirley wit alone. Enjoy:




We shall miss Shirley from the Lords, but it’s great that she’s going to continue to be active in politics and particularly in the EU Referendum.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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3 Comments

  • Angela Davies 10th Feb '16 - 9:48am

    God bless Shirley Williams. I hope to hear her voice loud and clear on many issues. The party has never needed her more.

  • Richard Underhill 1st Apr '16 - 3:35pm

    In March 2016 Donald Trump said that women who have had abortions should be punished.
    Have they not suffered enough?
    “A simple mis-speak”?

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