'Drives me mad!' Karren Brady lost track of times she's been called a 'b***h' online


Karren Brady, 52, called for the police to “do more” when it comes to women reporting disturbing complaints. The Apprentice star spoke of previous experience, as she herself has been subjected to vile words online by vicious trolls over the years.

Writing in her most recent column for The Sun, Baroness Brady wondered if the solution lay in appointing more women to make these kinds of the decisions.

“All but the most severe or disturbing complaints are ignored,” she sighed.

“Those that are looked at are often when an escalation to a more tangible threat has occurred.”

She referenced late Labour MP Jo Cox, who was tragically killed in 2016 by a far-right activist after she suffered repeated online harassment and threats.

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Last week, Private Eye reported that Downing Street offered for the Queen to have more mourners at Prince Philip’s funeral, offering to temporarily lift some of the rules in place back in April 2021.

However, the Queen had refused this as she wanted to set an example for the nation.

Karren wrote: “Is anyone else entirely unsurprised to hear that although Downing Street offered the Queen a Covid exemption for Prince Philip’s funeral, to allow more mourners, she turned it down?”

The business mogul argued this was in stark contrast to politicians who have been caught in a dispute over hosting lockdown parties.

“In a show of solidarity that is the polar opposite of the ‘one rule for us, another for them’ accusations that have been flying around politicians lately,” she continued, “The suggestion was rejected by Her Majesty.”



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