Kathy Burke’s enraged anti-equality tirade: “Shouldn’t expect appreciation!”

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Kathy Burke’s enraged anti-equality tirade: “Shouldn’t expect appreciation!”

KATHY BURKE slammed accolades for women who did “s***” work in their careers, claiming that it did not equate to equality.

The actress is noted for her blunt, no-nonsense manner, which is exemplified in her Channel 4 series, ‘Kathy Burke’s All Woman.’ She spent her time there talking to “all types of people” and examining what it meant to be a woman in the twenty-first century. Burke’s ‘Money Talks’ series, which finds Burke peering inside the doors of some of the county’s wealthiest – and poorest – homes and following people’s daily lives, follows a similar concept.

She’s said to want to “spark a debate” about money, pledging to be full of her “good natured bluntness” and willingness to ask hard questions in off-key settings.

The same may be said of her views on British politicians and contemporary societal issues.

In a 2019 interview with The Guardian, she slammed those who hailed Theresa May as Prime Minister because she was a woman for doing a good job.

When asked if she respected Mrs May “as a woman holding the country’s highest post,” Ms Burke said flatly, “I think that’s bullshit.”

“If we want equality, we shouldn’t expect to be praised just because we’re doing a certain job,” she concluded.

“That isn’t the same as equality. Equality means admitting she did a s*** job.”

Mrs May announced her decision to resign as Prime Minister following a difficult three years at this time.

Her discussions with the EU had failed, and she had faced a surge of opposition from her own party.

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“I’d definitely choose Green because I’m really worried about climate change and the planet,” Ms Burke responded when asked who she would vote for in a hypothetical election.

“I’ve always been a Labour supporter.

“But, to be honest, I’m not sure how I feel about things right now.”

She went on to say about the economy, “The whole thing is a dreadful mess.”

“I have a lot of sympathy for young people; I’m not sure what they’ll do.

“They can’t afford a place to live, and they won’t be able to eat any time soon, especially if they live in London.

“Take a look at Hoxton [in east London], for example.

Brinkwire Summary News: “Hoxton was.”

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