He incensed audience member journalist Laurie Penny, when he said the sex gang, who were jailed last month for grooming white girls for sex, had values ‘that were ‘entrenched in foothills of the Punjab or whatever it is.’
He added that the gang needed to be ‘inculcated in the British ways of doing things.’
Once she had sat down, the historian walked over to her, jabbed his finger in the columnist’s face and declared ‘I will not be lectured to by a jumped-up public school girl like you.’
As Miss Penny continued speaking, Claire Fox, director of the Insittue of Idea [sic] think tank stood up and told the journalist who has written for The Independent and the Guardian, that she was a disgrace to both women and the left.
I’ll enjoy watching the comments…