'Sneering posh millionaires!' Carole Malone dismantles Labour leadership candidates

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Carole Malone shut down a caller on the Jeremy Vine Show during a heated debate on the Labour leadership contest. Tom, from Essex, called in to vouch for Keir Starmer and Emily Thornberry as the two strongest candidates in the Labour leadership field. Malone to fired back at this suggestion, pointing out that those two MPs are both out-of-touch “posh millionaires”.

Tom called in to criticise Jeremy Vine, who had earlier ruled out both Keir Starmer and Emily Thornberry as potential leaders.

Tom said: “The other candidates are all just different shades of Jeremy Corbyn.

“This is a great time to rebrand Labour with a new name, new vision.”

This prompted Malone to jump in and criticise the caller.

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Malone shut down a caller on the Jeremy Vine Show during a heated debate on the Labour leadership (Image: CH5•GETTY)

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Tom, from Essex, called in to vouch for Keir Starmer and Emily Thornberry (Image: GETTY)

The panellist said: “Tom, both of the people you just mentioned are millionaire posh people.

“That is not what the Labour Party needs at the moment.

“Keir Starmer was a barrister, was Director of Public Prosecutions.

“He had the word millionaire taken off his Wikipedia when he decided to run.

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Malone to fired back at Tom’s suggestion, pointing out that those two MPs are both out-of-touch “posh millionaires” (Image: IG)

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Tom called in to criticise Jeremy Vine, who had earlier ruled out both Keir Starmer and Emily Thornberry (Image: IG)

This infuriated Malone, who said: “Tom, that’s why Emily Thornberry had to resign because she was sneering down at white van man, a working class guy.”

This comes after Rebecca Long Bailey became the sixth candidate to join the race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.

She joins Sir Keir Starmer, Emily Thornberry, Clive Lewis, Lisa Nandy and Jess Phillips in the contest.

Labour’s new leader, and deputy leader, will be announced on 4 April.


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