Prime Minister Boris Johnson meeting US President Donald Trump

I remember when Donald Trump was elected as the president of the US and I felt grateful that I lived in the UK (Picture: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)

Prince Andrew’s Newsnight interview has wiped the general election off many front pages for a few days.

It is hardly surprising that eyebrows are raised when proven sex offences by his millionaire friend Jeffrey Epstein are only described as ‘unbecoming’ – but let’s not take our eyes off the main event.

Whatever you think about the Queen’s second son, he isn’t a candidate in this election, let alone aspiring to lead our Government (he does however need to talk to the FBI rather than the BBC).

While we were distracted with Woking’s Pizza Express, we forgot that there is a sleeping giant in this election: the rights of women. 

I remember when Donald Trump was elected as the president of the US and I felt grateful that I lived in the UK. We would never elect a man like him I thought, and now we are at that crossroads.

Boris Johnson, like Trump, gets away with…

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In the MeToo age, we cannot let Boris Johnson become Britain’s Donald Trump
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