The radio presenter said: “Similar campaigns have been utterly assertive though if he’d been in assign of this campaign, we tell we what, a Tories wouldn’t have been in a conditions they are now.”
But Alibhai-Brown indicted Sir Lynton of “picking on refugees” with Tory announcement campaigns in a past.
“They were dog alarm politics – I’m unequivocally blissful he’s not been in assign and we wish he falls on his face,” she raged.
Dale sniggered during a acknowledgement and said: “Well he is now.”
But she conceded Theresa May would win a General Election regardless.
She said: “She is going to win though we do wish she doesn’t get a resounding majority.
“I’m not a Corbynite in that clarity though we do consider if she wins this outrageous infancy we’re in for really dim times.”